With a full train of culm, Reading & Northern's Jeddo Job heading for Panther Creek Co-Generation plant in Nesquehonning. View more of my photos at http://mst145.rrpicturearchives.net
Reading & Northern's Jeddo Job waits while be loaded with culm at the Jeddo Highland Coal Company near Ebervale. View more of my photos at http://mst145.rrpicturearchives.net
PILE-10 heads south through a colorful Lehigh Gorge on NS trackage. Unfortunately, this train no longer runs through the Gorge in daylight.
Upon arrival back into Port Clinton after bringing the Reading Turn back from NS Reading Yard, RN 3055 is seen here shifting it's way back into the engine terminal for the evening before it's morn... (more)
RN 5017 rests at the Port Clinton Engine terminal awaiting it's next assignment
The Old meets new. Reading & Northern's #425 sits fired up ready to run for it's weekend excursions to Jim Thorpe. Here she sits chatting with R&N's Big SD-50 5014, perhaps talking about all fri... (more)
Reading & Northern's 425 is readied and awaiting it's weekend steam excursions to Jim Thorpe
The Mahanoy Tunnel The tunnel that opened the Anthracite-rich Mahanoy Valley to Philadelphia. The Little Schuylkill Railroad Company began construction in April 1859 and the t... (more)
Three SD40-2s lug a long Reading Turn south at Miller's Crossing. Today's QARG already had 56 cars and would pick up 38 more at Port Clinton.
QAJE-10, the empty Jeddo culm train, heads through downtown Hazleton.
RN 425 Leads an excursion to Jim Thorpe Pa
RN 5014 tourist traincomes through Nesquehoning on the return trip to Jim Thorpe photo taken by my son,Eric Goodrich,that is now 14 years old
While waiting for R&N 425 to return a surprize visitor on a return trip comes blasting through our photo set up.
DEPN-30 heads south on the C&H branch with 21 loaded Bethgons from Skytop Coal at Delano.
The autumn season is great for railfanning, and one place that should be on everyone's bucket list is the R&N trips out of Port Clinton to Jim Thorpe and return. Great steam action is always provi... (more)