Express Service to Jim Thorpe. A Reading, Blue Mountain & Northern Express passenger train charges north across the Little Schuylkill River in West Penn, Pennsylvania just after dawn on a c... (more)
The 425 is blasting by the site of today's Reading Blue Mountain & Northern Railroad headquarters and shops.
While out for a snowy evening stroll, a local family comes across Reading & Northern #425 simmering at the Jim Thorpe station. The young boy is captivated by the immense size of the locomotive, as... (more)
The snow is falling and the peaceful sound of the Lehigh River is replaced by the deafening roar of the Reading & Norther 425 speeding along to Jim Thorpe. A Lerro Productions / Lerro Photography ... (more)
Scenes like this are why I do what I do with RR photography.
As the day progressed, the snow began to become more aggressive, making the rock cut look quite nice.
The nameplate from SR 34053 'Sir Keith Park'.
The motto 'Per ardua ad astra' dates from 1912 and translated means 'Through adversity to the stars'. It is the motto of the Royal Air Force and that... (more)
One of the scenic highlights of the eastern United States is the Lehigh River Gorge north of Jim Thorpe PA. Here, steep hills (for the east at least) were cleaved by the Lehigh River. In the 1800'... (more)
425, in its revised paint, makes its way easily thru the tunnel before performing a full-on runby that obscured the ice hanging from the portal....steam was pouring out long before 425 could make ... (more)
The best (and warmest) seat in the house! R&N 425 starts her movement towards the Lerro Productions Photo Charter line located just around the curve ahead. About an hour later, all the snow would ... (more)
Reading & Northern 425 pulls a short passenger train on the bridge over the Little Schuylkill River at Webster on the Main Line.
Reading and Northern 425 roars into the tunnel in Nesquehoning. A pair of ear plugs was a good investment against 425's exhaust.
After sitting all night at the station 425 comes alive as she gets ready to back down to the main for the first run-by of the day.
Canadian Pacific steam was almost gone when I shot this during a water stop on a fantrip from Montreal to Mount Orford. The tank is the common Canadian enclosed type. G5a 4-6-2 1201 was built by ... (more)
I shot the G-5 at a railfan weekend along the Connecticut River on the old Rutland. The paint scheme is authentic but applied to relatively few locomotives and maybe not 1246.