Reading Blue Mountain & Northern GP38-2 no. 2013 (EMD, 1972-1986) is seen on the south end of a gorge train running through the Lehigh Gorge during peak fall foliage!
Three trains meet at Nesquehoning Junction amid peak fall color. From left to right, a Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway excursion shoves south on the Jim Thorpe Branch while NRFF holds the main at Riv... (more)
A Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway "Autumn Leaf Train" crosses the Lehigh River. During the month of October LGSR runs frequent 45-minute excursions into the gorge for the throngs of fall vi... (more)
Reading Blue Mountain & Northern GP38-2 no. 2014 (EMD, 1972-1986) is seen leading one of the railroad's tourist trains north through the Lehigh Gorge, which was ablaze with... (more)
Reading Blue Mountain & Northern's 4-8-4 T1 #2102 is on the point of the fall foliage express train coming onto the new bridge built by the RBMN so they can turn the train around the wye before he... (more)
Three of four passenger trains running for the fall foliage season are seen here, with the JTOS backing into the station aster the LGSR departs with the JTPI waiting its turn. JTOS will actually ... (more)
Reading 2102 pulls out of a siding in the Jim Thorpe yard and onto the mainline on a rainy October afternoon.
Reading 2102 rolls into Jim Thorpe on a damp and dreary October day.
Reading and Northern T-1 2102 slows to a halt by the northbound CP COAL signals, before shoving back into Jim Thorpe and completing the wying of the train.
This passenger extra was running on the heels of NRFF.
The dispatcher held a Lehigh Gorge Scenic "Autumn Leaf" excursion in the clear at River until the extra passed, allowing for this... (more)
I'm a bit behind the times, so this is my first shot of the famed Reading & Northern NRFF, otherwise known as "America's Freight Train". NRFF is seen crossing the Lehigh River at the aptly named ... (more)
A Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway "Autumn Leaf Train" passes the signal at River interlocking. These 45-minute excursions run hourly during the peak autumn season at Jim Thorpe and seem to ... (more)
Reading 2102 departs Jim Thorpe on a gloomy autumn afternoon.
Reading 2102 shoves its train up the grade at Nesquehoning Junction in order to wye the train for the return to Reading Outer Station.
T-1 2102 leaves with the Iron Horse Ramble and the return to Port Clinton and Reading on a beautiful Sunday at 3:45 pm.