Exactly one week after being released from the paint shop at West Cressona, Reading & Northern 40th anniversary unit no. 1983 leads the railroads premier freight train into the Lehigh Gorge at Gle... (more)
Having just been unveiled for a handful of employees and invited guests, Reading & Northern SD40-2 no. 1983 poses outside of the West Cressona paint and restoration shop. The 1983 is the second of... (more)
Reading and Northern Railroad's "40th Anniversary" SD40-2 #1983 debuted from the West Cressona paint shop today, wearing the "Blue Mountain blue" scheme worn by their CF7's fro... (more)
T-1 2102 leaves with the Iron Horse Ramble and the return to Port Clinton and Reading on a beautiful Sunday at 3:45 pm.
A pair of SW8s sit in Port Clinton yard on a quiet Sunday morning.
From Storage To Stardom. Former Norfolk Southern GP38-2 5359 (née-Conrail 8214, 7/1978) was just one of a large group of EMDs purchased by Reading & Northern Railroad sitting at Penobscot ... (more)
40 Years of Service. On August 9, 2023 the unit was spotted for the railroads up coming Iron horse rambles. What started off as a small branch line from Temple, Pa to Hamburg, Pa has now grown int... (more)
Reading 2102 stands tall and commanding at Reading Outer Station shortly before she stretches her legs on the way to Jim Thorpe
Bearing white extra flags, Reading 2102 leads Andy Muller's Birthday Ramble into Jim Thorpe.
This regional railroad's pride is evident in looking at its GP38-2 no. 2023. It was obviously parked on display for Port Clinton passengers to see while waiting for the Iron Horse Ramble from Read... (more)
Reading 2102 simmers in North Reading prior to the second Iron Horse Ramble of 2023.
Reading 2102 rolls over the Peacock's Lock Viaduct, one of the only stone arch bridges in the United States with pierced spandrels.
Reading & Northern T1 #2102 has it's train moving quickly through Atlas on it's way to Jim Thorpe.
Many photographers of the Reading & Northern end up shooting "That Old Truck" in Hometown. Even after shooting it three different times, it's easy to see why folks keep coming back.
RBMN 425 leads a train through the Lehigh Gorge.