The world famous loco Flying Scotsman crosses the iconic bridge
With a full 15 car train of tourists who flocked to the Reading and Northern to ride behind a vintage steam engine to see Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania and attend the autumn leaf festival, the 425 high... (more)
An unlikely doubleheader of a 4-6-2 leading an 0-6-0 is plying the snowy rails along the West Branch of the Schuylkill. I wonder if the late H. Stafford Bryant (author of "The Georgian Locom... (more)
A Steamtown mainline excursion rolls north on the Delaware & Hudson’s former Lackawanna main line at Hopbottom, Pennsylvania.
The Pennsy K4 on its historic first excursion after rebuilding in 1987. It was announced yesterday that there will be "a new effort to restore No. 1361 to operation," according to "... (more)
Under a cloudy sky, Reading and Northern 425 charges through Nesquehoning with the stack roaring and ground thumping.
Pennsylvania Railroad #1361 was built in 1918 at the Altoona Works. The locomotive was retired in 1956. it spent many years on static display at the Horseshoe Curve. In 1987, the locomotive return... (more)