425 blasts out of Tamaqua Tunnel with her short passenger consist during a Lerro Productions photo runby
RBMN 425 burns through the switches on the old Reading Company main at Port Clinton, Pennsylvania.
Reading & Northern 4-6-2 #425 leads a Port Clinton to Jim Thorpe, PA fall foliage excursion along the banks of Lake Hauto on a beautiful fall morning. [October 2016]
Reading and Northern's Annual Fall Foliage trip thunders toward Jim Thorpe just east of Haucks Interlocking. This was the final of four trips run over the last two weekends and this one was extra ... (more)
Former Gulf Mobile & Northern 'Pacific' #425 starts working upgrade out of Nesquehoning with an excursion bound for Port Clinton.
The 425 bursts out of the dark valley of the Little Schuylkill, catching the last rays of the October sun as it enters downtown New Ringgold, on its way to Port Clinton.
Former Gulf Mobile & Northern 'Pacific' #425 leads an excursion towards Jim Thorpe on a beautiful October morning. The weather is chilly at this time, as shown by the locomotive's stack.
Now drifting downgrade on the former Reading, RBMN 425 is on the final leg of her journey back to Port Clinton to close out the first weekend of Autumn Leaf Excursion trains.
Members of Reading & Northern 425's crew look on as the Blue Pacific conquers Hometown Hill, putting on a show that can't be rivaled by many locomotives running today.
Reading & Northern 425 flies over Miller's Crossing in Molino, PA, bound for Jim Thorpe on a cloudy fall day. After kicking off the Autumn Leaf Excursion season the day before, the crew is back at... (more)
The R&N 425 and CNJ 113 are catching the last rays of a late November sun as they storm out of Cressona Yard, returning to Minersville.
A new look for the 425, with a gold and black number plate replacing the gold and red plate. Also new this year is the gondola for hauling bikes up to Old Penn Haven, where cyclists disembark for... (more)
Snow falls, steam erupts. A fine day for sure.
This part of the railroad is only accessible by rail or by trail. All you can hear is the sound of the river and the steamer.
The Minersville Santa Claus Special is blasting out of Cressona's yard, catching the last rays of the sun at 3:30 p.m. on a cold November afternoon.