Reading, Blue Mountain & Northern excursion train OSJT is seen crossing the Hometown High Bridge. Leading is T-1 2102, originally a 2-8-0 built by Baldwin for the Reading Company before being rebu... (more)
Reading & Northern 2102 pulls its train south towards Outer Station so the crew can shove the train into Tuckerton Yard.
Engineer Andy Muller brings PNEX south past his namesake control point.
A loaded coal train heads out of Tamaqua with an SD40-2 and SD50 for power.
GNNR makes a double south of Equilateral before taking a coal train south to the NS at Reading.
August 13th's southbound "Iron Horse Ramble" led by 4-8-4 2102 and 4-6-2 425 passes Miller's Crossing on its way back to Reading.
A Gilberton to North Reading coal drag approaches East Mahanoy Jct. on the M&S Branch, passing some MOW equipment.
An Air Products heat exchanger bound for Fairless for export slowly heads down the Lehighton Branch.
Reading & Northern 2102 and 425 snake their way through the Pennsylvania mountains as they doublehead for the last few miles before being cut off the train in Port Clinton.
Reading & Northern 2102 looks right at home passing the recently restored Molino station in the little town of Molino, PA. In tow is former Gulf Mobile & Northern Pacific no. 425, seeing as August... (more)
Reading & Northerns third "Iron Horse Ramble" coasts into Jim Thorpe behind a pair of Pennsylvania's finest steam locomotives.
The Reading & Northern's two very different yet equally beloved steam locomotives team up on an excursion to Jim Thorpe bringing a traffic jam in their wake.
After a short trek upstream, 2102 and 425 double heading a passenger train
Just a few short miles from a planned station stop at Port Clinton, PA, Reading & Northern's double headed Ramble passes the former site of the Hamburg station and is about to duck under PA Rt 61.... (more)
Reading & Northern's two active steam locomotives split the signals at Molino as they approach the evening station stop at Port Clinton