One of the few Camelback locomotives left in existence. This Baldwin 0-4-0 was built in 1903 and served for many years with the Reading Company. In 1962, she was acquired by the Strasburg Railro... (more)
The old Reading Company Station still looks beautiful on this warm, sunny, early March morning. There have been rumors of bringing passenger service back to these parts...I wonder if they would u... (more)
103 OOS in south hamburg yard...
New to the museum as of 01/09/2008. They are owned by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society & the Philly NRHS and will be stored here for 2008. Notice there are no horns . They were s... (more)
Number 2714 was built from a Baldwin switcher.
27 loads of anthracite bound for West Cressona Yard
Anthracite country action.
Reading RS3 467 and Anthracite style LV caboose greet Steamtown's visitors.
Early Conrail; power is 3 EL U34CH
The Beast Reading #2124 Northern from a unique vantage point. bw
Reading class RSA-14 ALCo C424 No 5202 and Chesapeake & Ohio F7A No 7074 at an unknown location in the 1960s.
The Reading F units lead the 11AM train out of the south portal of Dillinger Tunnel and are reflected in a puddle/stream along the right of way.
The 2PM rolls back into Pennsburg after the 2 hour trip to Vera Cruz and return seen from a resident's porch decorated for Fall which is still eluding the area. Special thanks to the folks for all... (more)