A small NRFF hurries up the mountain at Bergers, passing the 149N distant signal for Crestwood.
With fall colors popping on the northern part of the system, the NRFF is seen grinding upgrade at Neely's Cut just north of White Haven. This cut where the LV crossed over top of the CNJ is the ru... (more)
In late evening light, the North Reading Fast Freight charges up the Lehigh Division main line north of the White Haven tunnel on its way to Pittston. The three SD40-2s have the train well in hand... (more)
With three venerable SD40-2s out front, the North Reading Fast Freight works upgrade toward Haucks as it splits the MP 102 automatics in Barnesville.
On a crisp fall morning, Reading and Northern 425 awakes the little town of Port Clinton as it brings its train in for station stop on the way to Jim Thorpe. The 1928 Baldwin Pacific is seen passi... (more)
The North Reading Yard Job/transfer begins their day at North Reading Yard with a pair of switchers for power.
During a November snowstorm, the North Reading Fast Freight rolls by Greenwood Lake with wine cars bound for a distributor in Scranton.
After setting off its Reading-bound empties at Tamaqua, reshly-painted ex-MKT SD40-2 3051 leads two other EMDs and freight for Port Clinton into the sunset at Zehners.
Running late due to rail replacement in New Ringgold earlier in the day, the North Reading Fast Freight hurries south at Miller's Crossing on a gorgeous evening.
The West Hazleton Fast Freight drops downgrade at Haucks, where the Hazleton Line (former RDG Catawissa Branch) joins the Main Line to Reading.
The Tamaqua Fast Freight rolls south at Miller's Crossing as long shadows overtake the scene at the end of a beautiful day.
On a beautiful evening, the West Hazleton Fast Freight rolls south at Miller's Crossing with a healthy-sized train in tow.
The West Hazleton Fast Freight splits a classic set of searchlights at the 99 signals on its return trip to the Humboldt Industrial Park in Hazleton.
Reading & Northern 425 leads an Autumn Leaf Excursion over the 1000 foot long, 168 foot tall Hometown High Bridge on its way to Jim Thorpe.
On a gorgeous fall evening, Reading & Northern 425 leads the first autumn leaf excursion of the year at Miller's Crossing, bound for Port Clinton and the new Outer Station.