A CNJ Pacific leads a passenger train northward out of Jim Thorpe and into the Lehigh Gorge, passing the railroad's Nesquehoning Junction tower. In reality, it's a Reading & Northern 4-6-2 passing... (more)
Steam returns to the Lehigh Gorge. Reading & Northern Pacific 425 and two SD50s lead an excursion over the Lehigh River at Nesquehoning Junction. Part of Jim Thorpe can be seen in the bac... (more)
R&N #425's brass bell at rest, up and close in her new lead location.
Making his job a little easier, a Reading & Northern crewman shovels coal towards the front of the coal bunker while 425 sits in Jim Thorpe before heading back south.
Jim Thorpe is CNJ country once again! Okay, maybe not, but one is definitely reminded of CNJ's legendary Blue Comet (which didn't run to JT) when looking at Reading & Northern's 'Pacific' #... (more)
R&N 425 takes a breather as she sits outside of the local Jim Thorpe Market so that supplies could be bought for the overnight stay at Hickory Run.
George Hart's ex-Canadian Pacific 972 awaits another day of service.
On a bitterly cold early spring day Strasburg 90 (newly acquired from the Great Western) and High Iron Company 127 (ex-CPR 1278, later of Gettysburg Railroad boiler explosion infamy...thanks for c... (more)
Jersey Central F3's 56-57 pose at Jim Thorpe, PA on native rails. These units were originally rostered by the Bangor and Aroostook Railroad in Maine. #57 as seen is owned by Tri-State Railroad ... (more)
F3 Parking... 25¢ for the A unit and 25¢ for the B unit.
Reading & Northern SD-50 # 5017 on the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway train sits at the ex-CNJ station at Jim Thorpe PA under a moon lit twilight sky.
Mauch Chunk flashback... bw