The 425 simmers patiently several minutes before the day's first train, as the crew of CNJ 113 finish some last minute tasks. The two would only doublehead for a round trip and a half, as the 113... (more)
A nearly ready-to-run CNJ steam engine prepares for a Winter hiatus. Come Spring, she will move for the first time in decades.
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CNJ 113 patiently waiting her call to work while sitting next to the former Reading station in Minersville PA. Hopefully, it will steam this year.
A CNJ survivor in Minersville, PA! The crew of Project #113 have made great strides in their restoration of this large 0-6-0 as seen here in February 26th, 2011. The engine was ste... (more)
113 is being worked on during a boiler test while bathing in its own water, after a blow down and a few tests of the injectors.
Much like it were 1950, the men of Project 113 make adjustments to the locomotives injectors during a steam test.
Bernie Perch looks on at #113 as the CNJ 3-chime whistle wails through the Minersville hills during a steam-up test.
The drivers of 113, soon to be brought back into motion, sit in a pool of water after a blow down was performed during a steam test.
CNJ #113 simmers under steam during a steam test next to Minersville Station platform.
FIRST STEAM - for the first time in fifty years, CNJ #113 reclaims her life with a long cry on her whistle heard throughout the town.
July 5th, 2010. The crew of Railroad Restoration Project #113 is coming along nicely with their restoration to operation of one of only two surviving CNJ steam engines. Today, we see the cab has... (more)
July 3rd, 2010. The crew of Railroad Restoration Project #113 is coming along nicely with their restoration to operation of one of only two surviving Railroad: Central Railroad of New JerseyLocomotive: Steam 0-6-0Location: Minersville, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: CNJ 113Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: July 03, 2010
CNJ #113. This large 0-6-0 is being restored to operation and is one of only two CNJ preserved steam engines. The other is more)