Man, machine and steam... a new day dawns in Berks County, PA. bw
The human element... Preparing for the inaugural break in run unassisted. Many thanks to Andy Muller and the men and woman of the R&N, standing proudly behind a proud railroad heritage.
All aboard! Many many thanks to the crew responsible for pulling off a successful inaugural run of the R&N #425! Railroad: Reading & NorthernLocomotive: Steam 4-6-2Location: Port Clinton, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: RBMN 425Train ID: RBMN 425Photo Date: December 29, 2007
79 AND BACK IN STEAM: 1928 Baldwin locomotive Works # 425 Steams north at the route 61 bridge over the Schuylkill river just south of PORT CLINTON Pa.
Welcome back! The 425 and her four car consist return to Port Clinton well after sunset. The train is seen passing under the signal bridge over the yard and is illuminated by a flash... (more)
She's alive! Reading & Northern's 'Light Pacific' #425 runs past the station at Port Clinton during her second fire-up since restoration. Her first real test run will also be this da... (more)
The return of the Four-and-a-Quarter. Reading and Northern 425 has just coupled up to a few passenger cars and is ready to depart on her first break-in run after over a decade of inactivit... (more)
The RBMN 5014 conductor acting as the eyes of the engineer as they reverse past RBMN 3055. View more of my photos at http://mst145.rrpicturearchives.net
A Reading & Northern SD50 stopped in front of the office building intended to replicate a train station. View more of my photos at http://mst145.rrpicturearchives.net
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.