Reading 2102 steams along the steam shop spur on a clear September morning.
Reading 2102 pulls off of the Port Clinton Turntable as it steams out of the Reading & Northern Steam Shop on a cool September morning.
Reading 2102 briefly pauses on the Reading & Northern mainline to allow Reading & Northern 802 to return to the steam shop.
Reading 2102 storms up the steep grade of Hometown Hill on a sunny September afternoon.
Reading 2102's crew (Ryan Bausher, Brian Messinger, Larry Curvey, and Shane Frederickson) prepare to leave the steam shop for the move south to Reading.
Reading 2102 opens its cylinder cocks as it departs Port Clinton with its excursion.
Reading 2102 rests in under the several bridges in Reading after pulling the final Iron Horse Ramble of 2023.
Night Hostler Richard Butterworth keeps Reading 2102 hot for its excursion in the early morning hours.
Engineer Ryan Bausher waits in Reading & Northern 802 for the signal to proceed with pulling Reading 2102 out of the steam shop.
Engineer Ryan Bausher opens Reading 2102's throttle while crew member Larry Curvey keeps an eye on the track ahead as the locomotive begins to reverse 16 miles to pick up its train in Reading.
Crew members Ryan Bausher and Jim Cook hang the white extra flags on Reading 2102 before its departure from Reading.
Reading 2102 rolls across Marian Avenue as it begins the downhill portion of its excursion into Jim Thorpe.
Reading 2102 charges out of Port Clinton with its 16-car train in tow.
Reading 2102 thunders through Tamaqua on a beautiful September morning with the final Iron Horse Ramble of 2023.
New Hope & Ivyland 40 coasts downgrade into Lahaska with the first train of the day.