Former NS units now working for the Reading & Northern looking very much like the locomotives operated by the Reading Company before its inclusion in Conrail.
Reading and Northern Office Car Special heads south to Jim Thorpe passing Glen Summit Water Company in Mountain Top PA.
A 1984-built ex-Missouri Pacific SD50 trundles along Railroad Street in the PA Coal Region town of Cressona. The yard is ex-Reading, and the 5022's paint scheme helps in recalling that storied ol... (more)
Smokey diesel. (CNJ 113 0-6-0 is smoking it up)
Reading & Northern 2532 brings up the markers on the Project 113 Easter Bunny trains.
The rising sun highlights the exhaust plume of the 425 as it storms through Molino.
Charging through a tunnel of trees resplendent with the peak colors of the Fall season, Reading & Northern's 4-6-2 Pacific leads an excursion through Rush Township just east of Hometown, PA while ... (more)
A member of crew takes a break to wave to some fans, both in view and just outside the frame, as R&N No. 425 charges south past the restored 1874 depot in Tamaqua, PA, en route to Port Clinton.
A set of Reading & Northern RDC's, led by RDC-3 No. 9166, (built in 1958 for the B&M) and trailed by RDC-1 No 9168, (built in 1951 for the NYC) are captured here rounding the bend in Nesquehoning,... (more)
Reading & Northern's RDC's ply through Barnesville, PA en route to Port Clinton, PA on a beautiful day in the Fall.
Reading & Northern's RDC's on a Fall foliage excursion captured here at Nesquehoning, PA on the former CNJ en route to Pottsville via Port Clinton.
Reading & Northern's SD40-2 No 3054 sits in the R&N"s Port Clinton shop having recently received a donor cab from parts engine SD50M No 5029, To the right is SD50 No. 426, painted in a blue Lehig... (more)
A Reading & Northern diesel powered Fall foliage special led by SD40-2 No. 3050 brings its train through "Zehners" in Tamaqua, PA en route to Reading, PA via Port Clinton on a return tri... (more)
Reading & Northern No. 3050 leads "the big train" through Molino back to Port Clinton, PA from Jim Thorpe. The railroad, as they have in years past, offers both steam and diesel powered... (more)