RBMN #425 sits on the lead to the the engine house after a weekend of Autumn Leaf Excursion trips. Carter Jones looks on at the #425 while Chad Frederickson performs one final check on the locomot... (more)
RBMN #425 has returned to Port Clinton after a weekend of excursions. Crew members Christopher Bost and Nate Mengel have completed the shut down procedure to allow #425 to cool off so it can be pu... (more)
Reading and Northern power on the lead to the engine house on a cool, early morning in September. SD40-2's, GP39RN's, SW8's and others were just some of the power here!
Reading and Northern GP39RN #2533 sits in Port Clinton on a cool evening in September. Port Clinton locals have decided to put on a small fireworks show and it just so happened to be perfectly in ... (more)
Reading and Northern 4-6-2 #425 has completed its passenger excursions for the weekend. The crew will pull ahead and unhitch from the passenger cars and return #425 to the engine house.
The conductor on the "Reading Turn" holds on to the last car as they begin to switch the yard in Port Clinton. Visible in the yard is an assortment of Reading and Northern power sits in ... (more)
RGQA-20 begins the trek to Tamaqua in the early morning hours of May 21st, 2015. The crew set off GP39RN #2532 after picking it up in Norfolk Southern Reading Yard. #2532 had gone to Norfolk South... (more)
RGQA-20 makes headroom at Port Clinton Terminal in order to set off GP39RN #2532. Many thanks to engineer John Smolczynski Jr. and conductor Kyle Sanders for allowing this photo to occur.
Reading and Northern GP39RN's #2532 and 2531 are tied down in Port Clinton after their OCS and shop shift duties. GP39RN #2532 is the only GP39RN on the roster with functioning class lights. The c... (more)
The Reading and Northern "Reading Turn" power, off of the "Mountain Job" from earlier in the day, has stopped at Port Clinton terminal to drop two engines from the consist. Once the power is conne... (more)
Passing the infamous "Pulpit Rock" the PNEX-16 pulls an empty Crude Oil train through Pulpit Rock Siding and into Port Clinton proper. Railroad photography off of this bridge has been a ... (more)
Reading and Northern GP39RN's #2530 and #2531 are seen dropping cars and picking up an engine at Port Clinton Terminal.
Conductor Kohl chatting with Mr. Deeble about his plans for tonight's run on the Reading Turn
R&N #425 departs "Engine House Territory" and a 5 mph restriction will soon be but a distant memory!