Reading 2102 simmers in the early morning darkness before its second Iron Horse Ramble excursion.
After facing minor mechanical issues, Reading 2102 is guided out of the shops as a prelude to the days activities.
The Port Clinton to Minersville job departs Port Clinton with an SW1500 and SW8 for power.
Reading 2102 steams up as the sun begins to rise over the mountains in Port Clinton.
Reading 2102 prepares for its return to public service after 30 years of silence.
With the cylinder cocks wide open, Reading & Northern 2102 crawls across the turntable at Port Clinton.
late Night in Port Clinton After the main event was all said and done the after show began. 2102 waits in Port Clinton to be taken up to Hawks Wye to be turned northward before returning ba... (more)
Reading 2102 prepares for its first public excursion in over 30 years. 2102's cylinder cocks were opened creating a dramatic steam show early in the morning.
I stayed overnight in a dump of a motel, got up a 4:45 AM, got soaked in the rain, drove 400 miles round trip, spent hundreds of dollars, and after waiting 27 years, was it worth it?
You bet you... (more)
After making a quick station stop in Port Clinton, Pennsylvania, Reading 2102 puts on a steam show as it rounds a curve on its first passenger excursion run on the Reading and Northern Railroad!
Reading 2102 simmers quietly in its stall before it’s official public debut tomorrow. 2102 will be leading a 19-car passenger train, it’s first excursion in 30 years.
A shiny pair of Reading & Northern F units prepare to make their first publicized trip along the RBMN mainline.
The Reading and Northern put former Reading 4-8-4 2102 through its paces on a break-in run between Port Clinton and Tuckerton, Pennsylvania yesterday. I had to work in the... (more)
On April 6, the former Reading turned Reading & Northern T-1 4-8-4 2102 was taken back out on the mainline for the first time in 31 years. After more than 3 decades of napping, owner Andy Muller ... (more)