Engineer Hartman and Conductor Knadler bring the "North Reading Fast Freight" northbound on the former Reading main as they approach "CP Equilateral" in Tamaqua. RP's own Chris... (more)
A rare daylight move of RBMN PILE going through Old Penn Haven deep in the Lehigh River Gorge.
"Hauling the Mail" through the automatic signals at the 102, Knadler and Hartman make their way north on the Reading and Northern "NRFF" job. This job operates between North Re... (more)
Three Reading and Northern EMD's are backing an empty crude oil train into Tamaqua Yard as they parallel "Pleasant Row" in the North Ward section of Tamaqua. Tamaqua Yard ends directly i... (more)
Fresh snow has once again fallen over Northeastern Pennsylvania as the Reading and Northern PNEX-01 heads up the Main Line through Tamaqua. With a recent influx of empty Crude Oil trains, for temp... (more)
RBMN 3055 exits the east portal of White Haven Tunnel while leading a deadhead move of RBMN passenger equipment from Tunkhannock to Port Clinton.
A JEQA hopper train passes the ex-Reading Company station in Tamaqua behind 4 EMDs with 53 loads from the Jeddo Coal Company mine in Ebervale for the NS interchange in Reading. These cars will be ... (more)
The third engine is putting out a pretty big exhaust cloud as this Reading & Northern train rolls south through Penobscot Yard, while RBMN SW1500 awaits its next call to duty.
The Mountain Job shifting the paper plant. View more of my photos at http://mst145.rrpicturearchives.net
After arriving back in Port Clinton, SD40-2 3055 and SD50 5014 break down the passenger train and put the cars away while 425 headed back to the engine house. Here, 3055 slowly pulls forward to pu... (more)
Three engines, three different paint schemes. Reading & Northern SD40-2 3055 and SD50 5014 lead 4-6-2 425 across the Lehigh River and into Jim Thorpe on the return ferry move from Pittston ... (more)
The R&N PILE (Pittston-Lehighton) passes through CP Dupont on its way south to interchange with NS.
3055 outside Port Clinton headquarters on a cold night.
Fuel gauge on the R&N SD40-2 #3055.