The Reading station in Hamburg, Pennsylvania, now long gone, was still intact during the Reading sesquicentennial celebration in 1983. Here a Reading – Pottsville excursion to celebrate the event ... (more)
Having had a recent cosmetic restoration, Reading U30C #6300 glows in the afternoon sunshine at the Reading Railroad Heritage Museum in Hamburg, PA.
Practice photo for upcoming night photo shoot on August 19, 2017 as part of the museums 50th Anniversary of Bee Line Service on the Reading Railroad. Orders being handed up.
Practice photo for upcoming night photo shoot on August 19, 2017 as part of the museums 50th Anniversary of Bee Line Service on the Reading Railroad.
A Reading Lines family portrait at Hamburg, PA - fro L to R we find EMD GP7 #621, ALCO C630 #5308 and GE U30C #6300 waiting on an incoming thunderstorm on a warm August evening in Northeast Pennsy... (more)
Mother Nature provides her own lighting in the forms of some lightning over Berks County, Pennsylvania as Reading Lines ALCO C630 #5308 belches out some classic ALCO carbon during the Reading Rail... (more)
Practice photo for upcoming night photo shoot on August 12, 2017 as part of the museums 50th Anniversary of Bee Line Service on the Reading Railroad.
My father was at the exact same location of his Iron Horse Ramble 26 years laters to record this excursion with preserved Reading diesels, C630 5308 and GP30 5513. There clearly has been a lot of... (more)
From 1959 to 1964, the Reading operated a series of excursions with their T1 steam locomotives called Iron Horse Rambles. This is one of my father's photos of one of these trains running along th... (more)
Where are they now?
When we last saw RDG #900, the engine was on display at Reading & Northern's small yard at Leesport, PA. #900 has since been moved north to a larger facility in Hambu... (more)
I've always found it fascinating to follow the timeline of preserved equipment through the years. For those Reading fans out there, and those that have wondered - RDG... (more)
R&N PNRB-30 (Port Clinton "Roustabout") spots loads of sand at the Conestoga Foundry Supply siding in Hamburg, PA.
Engineer Mike Kohl and Conductor Kyle Sanders bring a trio of Reading & Northern EMDs led by SD38 #2000 and the southbound Reading Turn under the ex-PRR Schuylkill Valley Branch (now a bike path) ... (more)
RDG 5308 arrives at Hamburg Station during the early days of the Blue Mountain and Reading Railroad.