3055 outside Port Clinton headquarters on a cold night.
The Reading and Northern OCS sets prepared to depart on a three day trip over the R&N system.
The power for the Sunday Mountain Job rests beside the Port Clinton crew room and sand tower after the return run to Port Clinton.
The clock in the tower says it is 5:05, and all is quiet at Port Clinton this Saturday afternoon.
Quiet time late on Saturday afternoon at the Port Clinton yard and engine terminal.
All's quiet on this Saturday afternoon at Port Clinton, Pennsylvania
King Coal tailsign on rear platform of observation car
This is where the famous 4-8-4 614 resides today. The wooden sign in front of the engine is blank.
RBMN 2004 sits on the turntable for the Port Clinton Open House.
Two ex-UP SD50s, 5017 and 5033, sit next to the sanding tower, awaiting their next job. Another SD50 can be seen in the enginehouse in the background.
Power at Port Clinton.
Reading & Northern 20th anniversary SD38 #2003
Port Clinton - Reading turn job