A little overtime for the Reading & Northern crew switching some cars into the RIP.
After being out of service for several years for mechanical issues Reading & Northern's SD38 2003 had been released from the Port Clinton locomotive shop just a few hours before this photo in a fr... (more)
After making a round trip to the NS interchange in Reading R&N's Reading Turn is seen here working the car shop track at Port Clinton. The driveway leading to the Reading & Northern headquarters h... (more)
The EX DT&I 254 then GTW 6254 now lives life on the Reading Blue Mountain & Northern wearing the number RBM&N 2004. Here she sits at the Port Clinton Shops getting a bit of TLC from the RBMN staff... (more)
Death of Reading & Northern's 3200 Built in 1969 for Southern Pacific before being purchased by Reading & Northern in the 1990's, the 3200 is definitely dead. Here the gutted cab and nose... (more)
Saturday was light engine day on the Shamokin Secondary. Each Saturday morning a light engine movement would begin in St. Nicholas, taking all the power there, usually five or six units, east. T... (more)
Reading & Northern SD-40-2 3057 on the "RGQA" part of the Saturday-Thursday job knows as the Reading Turn. Photo taken with permission.
Reading T-1 4-8-4s 2124 and 2100 perform a photo run along the Schuylkill River with an Iron Horse Ramble. These Rambles may have been the finest railfan excursions ever as the Reading went all ou... (more)
No. 425 is getting steam up for the passenger excursion from Port Clinton to Jim Thorpe, PA. The weather was cloudy and wet but 425 looked great wrapped in a steam blanket.
After arriving back in Port Clinton, SD40-2 3055 and SD50 5014 break down the passenger train and put the cars away while 425 headed back to the engine house. Here, 3055 slowly pulls forward to pu... (more)
It's not often you see... a steam engine used to move diesels around a yard. After returning from Pittston, SW-8M 803 and SD38 2000 were sitting on 425's usual center track at the engine ho... (more)
An excited fan (no, it was not me!) anxiously awaits Four-And-A-Quarter's departure from a rainy Port Clinton.
R&N 425 disguises herself as a cloud of steam on a rainy National Train Day.