Exactly one week after being released from the paint shop at West Cressona, Reading & Northern 40th anniversary unit no. 1983 leads the railroads premier freight train into the Lehigh Gorge at Gle... (more)
RBMN 3059 leads the first afternoon Lehigh Gorge Scenic Trip north through the Glen Onoko cut at the beginning of the Lehigh Gorge.
“Watch Your Six”A Reading & Northern passenger conductor aboard RBMN 92848 protects the shove of a southbound Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway “Gorge Train” returning to Jim Thorpe f... (more)
The Lehigh Gorge Scenic's 11am trip crosses the Lehigh River with an A-B set of F units and a full dome behind the power.
The LGSR drops down towards Coal, where they'll connect with the Lehighton Branch and run parallel to the NS Lehigh Line below.
A Lehigh Gorge Scenic excursion thunders through its namesake Gorge behind Reading & Northern's F units.
A caboose brings up the rear of the Lehigh Gorge Scenic 3pm trip as they head into the Gorge on the approach to Coal interlocking.
With e Reading & Northern Ramble laid over in Jim Thorpe for almost 4 hours, one needs to find something to kill the time. During the lay over back in May, my kids and I did some hiking in the Le... (more)
A late running CP 257, running on NS rails as 39T, heads north through the Lehigh Gorge.
37T enters the Lehigh Gorge with a consist of New England bound traffic.
A late NS 37T heads through Glen Onoko on a rainy fall morning.
36T heads through the Lehigh Gorge on a fall afternoon with a trio of GEs including an ex-CSX AC6000.
The LGSR crosses the Lehigh River with the last excursion of the day.
The Lehigh Gorge Scenic 3pm train proceeds out of Jim Thorpe as they approach Coal.
NRFF heads through the Lehigh Gorge with a Pittston-bound manifest.