Reading 2102 and Reading & Northern 425 rest in the darkness of morning.
Reading 2102 starts its air compressors as it prepares for the Iron Horse Ramble Doubleheader with Reading & Northern 425.
Reading 2102 works up the grade with a full plume of black smoke about to cover the road it will shortly pass under.
Reading 2102 and Reading & Northern 425 prepare for the Iron Horse Ramble Doubleheader as Reading & Northern's NRFF passes through Port Clinton.
Reading 2102 coasts downgrade at Zehners, an iconic location dating back to the original Reading Iron Horse Rambles.
Reading 2102 passes under the former Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge that now is a rail trail.
Reading 2102 lifts both safety valves while preparing for its final Iron Horse Ramble for 2022.
Reading 2102 approaches Cross Keys Road, the first crossing on its 60-mile trip to Jim Thorpe.
Reading 2102 reverses out of Port Clinton in a cloud of steam as it begins its move to Reading Outer Station.
Engineer Shane Frederickson eases Reading 2102 out of Port Clinton.
Reading 2102 performs a photo runby for the hundreds of passengers who rode behind the magnificent locomotive.
Reading 2102 reverses into Jim Thorpe with its train now facing towards Reading for the return trip.
Reading 2102 coasts through the small town of Molino as it nears the end of its first leg on the return trip to Reading Outer Station.
Reading 2102 wyes its 18-car passenger train on the newly-built Lehigh River Bridge at Nesquehoning Junction.
Reading 2102 fills the sky with black smoke and it pounds up the grade through Nesquehoning.