A pair of Reading & Northern switchers enter the Switching Lead at Belt on a transfer run.
Reading & Northern YJNR makes a brief trip over the NS Reading Line at CP-Belt bound for Reading Yard to pick up a train of inbounds for home rails.
The North Reading Yard Job/transfer begins their day at North Reading Yard with a pair of switchers for power.
The LNRX crew brings a coal train off the Greenwood Running Track in Tamaqua. LNRX is an "Indexing" job that loaded the train at Lehigh Natural Sources. Once they clear the interlocking,... (more)
Reading and Northern's Budd RDCs have just left Jim Thorpe as they pass the massive bridge construction project just outside town. This new project will connect the railroads ex CNJ Nesquehoning B... (more)
Reading Northern train NRFF (North Reading Fast Freight) blasts out of Tamaqua Tunnel with newly acquired EX CSX SD50 5019 in the lead.
The final Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway train of the day performs a runaround move and prepares to tie up at Jim Thorpe with an ex-ATSF GP30 for power.
RBMN 3051 pears out from the trees and is about to cross the Route 309 overpass in McAdoo.
After clearing a walking speed slow order, the West Hazelton fast freight stops to allow the conductor to walk back up to the head end. The trailing locomotive is one of the four SD50-2 locomotiv... (more)
Still hangin’ on. The former Lehigh Valley Railroad roundhouse in Pittston, PA is today part of the Reading, Blue Mountain, and Northern Railroad’s Yard. While Pittston Yard itself is presently mo... (more)
With two cars from International Paper in Mount Carmel Junction, the Reading & Northern Mountain Job crosses Route 54 at Locustdale, Pennsylvania.
126 miles from Philadelphia, the Reading & Northern Mountain Job approaches the Route 54 crossing at Locustdale, Pennsylvania.
The Reading and Northern’s “Mountain Job” picks up two cars at International Paper in Mount Carmel Junction, Pennsylvania.
The Reading and Northern’s “Mountain Job” is at the end of the line at Mount Carmel Junction, Pennsylvania. There are just a few rolls of product on the docks of International Paper Company.
The Three River Valley Flyer rounds the north leg of the wye before entering Pittston yard.