270 now wears the fourth coat of paint I have seen on it in my lifetime. An Outer Station Reading-Jim Thorpe special is heading north thru the otherwise unknown burg of Molino, just north of Port... (more)
Despite having no train behind her, Reading & Northern 425 creates a large plume with assistance from the cold temperatures.
The 2102 approaches Miller's Crossing while the assembled photo line gets their shots.
Reading & Northern 425 tears through the woods at Molino as she passes by the recently relocated station building. The Molino Station was located in Port Clinton until 2021, when the area was defo... (more)
Since 2008, one of the most iconic locations on the Reading & Northern 425 Fall Foliage excursions was a sunset shot at Millers Field. This was the last time 425 would recreate this scene before i... (more)
RBMN 425 leads It’s first excursion of 2022 towards Jim Thorpe as the train head past the famous Molino barn.
425 at Millers Crossing in Orwigsburg with Chad Frederickson on the throttle. First and only time 425 is running this fall.
Reading 2102 races up to speed at Fork Mountain Road, about 2 miles north of Port Clinton.
The third Reading & Northern Fall Foliage trips nears its next stop at Port Clinton, PA as it crosses through the fields at Millers Crossing in Molino, PA. Millers Crossing is always one of the be... (more)
With foliage just starting to creep into eastern Pennsylvania, Reading & Northern 2102 puts on an impressive show amongst the slowly changing leaves.
Reading & Northerns Fall Foliage train cruises downhill at Millers Crossing behind former Reading Company T-1 no. 2102 on former Reading Company trackage.
The Reading and Northern SD50's haul the fall foliage train through the Pennsylvania countryside on a beautiful afternoon.
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Reading 2102 coasts through the small town of Molino as it nears the end of its first leg on the return trip to Reading Outer Station.
The final Iron Horse Ramble of the 2022 season has just departed Port Clinton and approaches the Rte 61 bridge at Molino.
2102 and 425 headed South to Port Clinton, and put on a heck of a whistle show at Millers Crossing descending the grade.