The thunderous roar of Reading Blue Mountain & Northern Pacific #425 fills the air outside of Tannery Road on July 9, 2022 as the former GM&O locomotive heads north with the annual Rotary Club tri... (more)
On the home stretch of her southbound journey back to Reading, #2102 splits the signals at CP Clint on the late afternoon of July 2, 2022.
Engineman Ryan Bausher tends to #2102's fire on the afternoon of July 2, 2022 within the former CNJ yard at Jim Thorpe, PA.
Reading T1 #2102 blasts out of Port Clinton on the morning of July 2, 2022 demonstrating that even this heavy hitter can sprint with the best.
Barely breaking a sweat, Reading T1 #2102 marches her excursion train up Hometown Hill on the former CNJ on the afternoon of July 2, 2022.
With tracks literally within yards of their front doors, residents of Nesquehoning may not all be railfans, but they do know when a 4-8-4 locomotive is in town. Here, on July 2, 2022, Reading T1 #... (more)
Passing the RBM&N's wheel truing shop, #2102 looks right at home in territory very familiar to her. The T1 has been most places many steam locomotives haven't including Horseshoe Curve and Cass, W... (more)
Ryan Frederickson, son of Shane Frederickson, throws the switch at the spur leading to the RBM&N steam shops as Reading #2102 warms her cylinders to start her trip south for a day hauling passenge... (more)
Engineer Shane Frederickson inspects his ride for July 2, 2022 as Reading T1 4-8-4 #2102 simmers outside of her home in Port Clinton, PA at the RBM&N steam shops.
A long coal train from Jeddo arrives in Tamaqua on a hot summer afternoon.
JEQA brings 53 loads through McAdoo with four EMDs for power.
The WHHB-1 crew shoves their train out to VitaLine Products on a chilly, snowy and windy February morning. SD38-2's #'s 2004 & 2003 provide the power for today's train.
RBMN #2531, the first repainted GP39RN on the RBMN, leads the "Reading Turn" back north. The train is coming through Belt Line Jct on the way back to home rails at North Reading. Once in... (more)
RBMN #2532 idles at North Reading Yard after bringing down a loaded coal train from points north. The #2532 is the only GP39RN on the RBMN roster to have functioning class lights.
RBMN #2534 leads a loaded coal train through Port Clinton, PA, on a chilly November evening in 2017. The loaded coal train will terminate in North Reading Yard for interchange with Norfolk Souther... (more)