Ex-GM&N 4-6-2 No. 425 rests at the Port Clinton shops of the Reading & Northern, between a freshly shopped GP30, and an SD40-2. 425 is waiting on some shop time for some minor repairs, and a brill... (more)
Former Reading T-1 #2102 at Port Clinton. The big Northern seen here undergoing disassembly in the Port Clinton Engine House is none other than former Reading Company T-1 #2102. Originally... (more)
Former Reading T-1 #2102 at Port Clinton. The big Northern seen here on the Port Clinton Turntable is none other than former Reading Company T-1 #2102. Originally built in 1923 by the Bald... (more)
CP 1098 at Port Clinton. Here's a rear-quarter view of CP 1098, a Canadian Pacific 10-wheeler, which now sits in the RBMN Yard at Port Clinton, PA. Built by the Canadian Locomotive Company... (more)
CP 1098 at Port Clinton. CP 1098, a Canadian Pacific 10-wheeler, now sits in the RBMN Yard at Port Clinton, PA. Built by the Canadian Locomotive Company in 1913 for the Canadian Pacific Ra... (more)
The pan that started it all!
I remember the day well. It was a dark and dreary February morning in Port Clinton, PA. I set up for the shot, along with a bunch of friends, but didn't hav... (more)
Goooood Morning Port Clinton! The quiet calm of a frigid winter morning in the tiny hamlet of Port Clinton, Pennsylvania is suddenly broken by the staccato bark of the Reading & Northern's ... (more)
The CNJ 113 heads to its new home in Minersville, dead-in-tow in a Reading and Northern freight on the old Reading Main Line.
The 425 is blasting by the site of today's Reading Blue Mountain & Northern Railroad headquarters and shops.
A big Reading Alco Century 630 smokes it up while leaving Port Clinton for Cressona Yard during the 1991 Reading and Northern Railfan Weekend. No. 5308 was built by Alco in September of 1967 as R... (more)
Reading & Northern conductor Kyle Sanders works on his paperwork outside the R&N office at Port Clinton before putting his train back together for the rest of the trip north to Tamaqua with inboun... (more)
The conductor on the "Reading Turn" holds on to the last car as they begin to switch the yard in Port Clinton. Visible in the yard is an assortment of Reading and Northern power sits in ... (more)
Passing the infamous "Pulpit Rock" the PNEX-16 pulls an empty Crude Oil train through Pulpit Rock Siding and into Port Clinton proper. Railroad photography off of this bridge has been a ... (more)
Conductor Kohl chatting with Mr. Deeble about his plans for tonight's run on the Reading Turn