Well - that sure as heck ain't R&N #425! Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society's Nickel Plate #765 finds its way back into Pennsylvania in the Summer of 2015. Captured here crossing the Lehigh ... (more)
Reading & Northern 425 is rolling at track speed (40 mph) at Zenners, Pennsylvania, on the former Reading Company line now operated by Reading & Northern. Thanks to Mitch Goldman for doing some e... (more)
Reading & Northern's shiny 4-6-2 takes a spin on the turntable at Jim Thorpe in preparation for the return trip to Port Clinton. Thanks to Mitch Goldman for getting me here! (Long story, but it... (more)
A Roger Puta photograph
An unlikely doubleheader of a 4-6-2 & 0-6-0 is pulling the 11:00 a.m. train back to Minersville; one of three trains operated that day. The 425 was built for the Gulf, Mobile, and Northern by Bal... (more)
Reading & Northern 425 always puts on a great show as seen here working towards Jim Thorpe.
Reading & Northern's seasonal steam powered excursion from Port Clinton to Jim Thorpe has a meet at Nesquehoning Jct with the Hometown High Bridge excursion and freshly painted RN 3050 bringing up... (more)
A Reading & Northern fan trip stops at "Nora" where R&N trackage ends and the Shamokin Valley Railroad begins.
Reading & Northern EMD SW8s 801 and 800 have just completed swapping five coal loads for five empty hoppers on a beautiful autumn afternoon at Good Spring, PA. The crew is about to run around thei... (more)
Ex-Reading T-1 2102 in its old "Reading Rambles" dress leads PRR E8s 5706 and 5898 around the Reading Yard, getting ready for a night photo session.
A southbound Reading & Northern train has departed Minersville, Pa., heading back to Port Clinton.
After dropping off a crew member 425 proceeds forward to make way for the crews to move the coaches around.
425 still shining in her new paint pulls a train of leaf peepers through Zenners on the way to Jim Thorpe.
Now drifting downgrade, R&N 425 has just met one of the day's Hometown High Bridge trains at Ametek, on the west side of Nesquehoning. The fall colors were ablaze in the Lehigh Valley on this day.