Reading and Northern T-1 2102 sits outside in the sun light while the steam shop where the engine is usually stored is occupied by the Railroads 4-6-2 425, the 2102 will be outside for awhile from... (more)
An Air products heat exchanger drops down into Jim Thorpe and eventually on to Lehighton where R&N will drop it off for the night and NS will come pick it up early Friday morning for shipment to t... (more)
As the rain is just about to pick up and CNJ 113 is backing down into the yard at Port Clinton, 113 has just completed her trip down from Minersville.
Holiday Tradition-Every year my Dad and I head up to Scranton,PA, to see the CP Holiday Train! This year was no diffrent, except for the day it was on and they direction the train faced. This year... (more)
Smoke and steam coming from all parts of the engine+snow=Best time to see steam!
The CNJ 113 is making her first run of the 2014 season as she backs out of the Minersville Station. They will then take the Observation car up a few 100 yards to a siding to set it off. There next... (more)
After a long trip down from Duryea, PA, the 425 comes coasting down into Glen Onoko and is passing "COAL" interlocking. R&N has just recently put up a new ex-RDG signal bridge here. The ... (more)
Putting on an impressive smoke and steam show as 90 tugs her train out of Cherry Hill
Its a cold night in Altoona and a K4 gets ready to take a passenger train to Harrisburg,while a DD1 gets a milk train ready to head west.
Not many places where you can see a RDC Budd, and SW8 and then a SD38
Working hard up the grade out of Cherry Hill, CN 2-6-0 89, is getting Santa back to Strasburg.
What year is it? Yes there is an SD-50 in this shot, its up track though.
This New Haven J1a is getting ready to go pick a freight up from Hartford...not! Its really Valley Railroads 3025 getting ready for a day of hauling happy passengers.
Rolling hills, farmland, and to top it all off, a 1906 built steam engine. What year is it again?
Did you ever think the saying would come true? The thing that pretty much took the nation by storm sits next to the animal that for many years was the fastest way to travel. It's ironic how many p... (more)