Grand Opening Weekend, a view from the last car, of RBMN SD50 5022 pulling the train around a curve on the mainline.
Grand Opening Weekend, RBMN SD38 2003 open to vistors.
Grand Opening Weekend, RBMN SD50 5022 & RBMN SD38 2003
After starting the day in Binghamton, we ended up in Jim Thorpe in the middle of the afternoon and took a few mins to take some shots of the CNJ F3's (sitting on display by the station). My 400th ... (more)
Before the scheduled night photo session, my brother and I decided to have our own as the two F3's sat waiting to be towed to the station area. Unfortunately the streetlight messed up the true col... (more)
The first of four setups during the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway's Railfan Weekend found restored Reading C630 5308 posed next to the ex-CNJ passenger station platform. Lighting provided by Railpac... (more)
Except for the modern guardrail, the third of four setups could be a typical night in Jim Thorpe in the 50s, with 2 CNJ F3s posed next to the station. Lighting provided by Railpace Magazine's Deni... (more)
RDG #5308 poses on R&N bridge outside of Jim Thorpe PA with photo freight as part of Railfan Weekend 2005.
R&N #2003 is on display at Jim Thorpe for the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway's Grand Opening on May 28, 2005. The locomotives cab was open for tours.
The R&N #5022 prepares to depart the Jim Thorpe Station with the 1PM train in tow while the cab of the #2003 (SD38) is open for cab tours. This photo was taken during the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railw... (more)
The two CNJ F3's pose at the station at Jim Thorpe.
As one person watches from the ground and another from atop the F-units, RDG C630 5308 heads north with a mixed freight. On top of the F3A is Micah-John Kershner, an ARHS volunteer, while on the g... (more)
The two CNJ F3's pose at the station at Jim Thorpe in their handsome blue and orange livery. Thanks to Railpace's Denis Connell for setting up the night photo session and providing the lighting.
A view of CNJ 57's builder's plate. Note the date the locomotive was built under Engine Data.
CNJ 56 sits by the resplendent Jim Thorpe train station. Thanks to Railpace's Denis Connell for setting up the night photo session and providing the lighting.