Reading 2124 was the subject of a night photo shoot after the conclusion of Steamtown's Railfest activities. Here the crew gets themselves and the locomotive ready for duty.
The Railfest Moscow excursion performs its photo run-by past the Moscow station.
Steamtown's Baldwin 0-6-0 has finished participating in the Railfest opening ceremony and is about to pull of the turntable and begin its duties on the yard shuttle train.
The Delaware Lackawanna's road train shoves back onto Bridge 60 to tie down for the day, while Steamtown's Nickel Plate GP-9 leads a short passenger train to the excursion platform.
The Chicago & Northwestern heritage unit leads an empty oil train on the CSX River Line as it returns north from Philadelphia after making its first visit to the region a few days prior.
An NS Ace leads its train eastbound through CP Bound Brook.
CSX 711 leads a manifest north across the Iona Island trestle.
An East-of-Hudson AC4400 leads its train south through Bear Mt. State Park as light just begins to peak through the edge of the storm.
A southbound manifest crosses Popolopen Creek as it exits the Fort Montgomery Tunnel.
A northbound manifest is making its way across the trestle over the Catskill Creek.
The first run of the day makes it's way upgrade towards Esbenshade Rd. as it returns to Strasburg.
A Strasburg passenger train passes by a string of covered hoppers that are being stored on the passing siding at Groff's Picnic Grove.
The mixed train has placed its two loaded cars, coach, and caboose on the siding. It will soon return to the string of empty cars to shove them back on to the interchange track.
The Ennis local sits along Olive Ave. in Waddell. The main customer on this branch is a natural gas storage facility that sees almost daily service.
A pair of geeps on the Ennis local shoves another cut of cars into the natural gas facility in Waddell.