A brave Reading Company employee slips out under cover of the night prepared rescue the last of the mighty Reading T-1's from the scrapper. The opposite could not be more true as RDG #2124 was us... (more)
Reading 2124 comes alive thanks to the magic of Lerro Productions. Still in need of a good paint job, the old girl looks better with a little smoke around her.
The Chessie Steam Special has just left home rails at Walbridge Interlocking and is now on the Toledo Terminal Railroad approaching Wales Road and Vickers Interlocking. It will slowly work its way... (more)
Word had gotten around that the Reading was going to doublehead the previously advertised October 15th Ramble to West Milton, Pa. and the fans really turned out. The big 4-8-4s have the 22 car tra... (more)
A clean wood-sheated caboose brings up the rear of a Reading westbound freight pulled by F7 274.
A Reading F7 leads an A-B-B-A set with a westbound train of hopper cars and ore jennies just before T-1 2124 showed up with the Iron Horse Ramble. This was during a trainmens' strike on the Pennsy... (more)
Reading T-1 2124 crosses a bridge just south of Palm, Pa. with an Iron Horse Ramble.
Reading T-1 2124 sits at Reading before proceeding on the East Penn and Perkiomen branches with the advertised destination of Zionsville, Pa..
Two Reading EMD FP7 units have hauled the Iron Horse Ramble, steam locomotive and all, to Belle Meade for an early departure. T-1 2124 is up front and only a few fans walked back to photograph the... (more)
The third Reading Iron Horse Ramble departs E. Penn Jct. after having been turned on the wye.
A railfan special was co-sponsored by the NRHS and N.Y. Chapter of Railway Enthusiasts to Reading in order to see stored steam power. Reading T-1 locomotives 2100 and 2124 were spotted for fans as... (more)
Two old, retired bulldogs sitting on the porch watching the sun go down.
Emmaus 250th Anniversary celebration. Train on former Reading Perkiomen Branch.
Twice as nice...