On display with a manifest train.
A pair of Reading FP7s rest behind the roundhouse at Steamtown looking like they are ready for their next assignment.
The surrounding homes of Scranton on the hill in the background make for a nice backdrop for the Reading F7s as they lead a Moscow-bound excursion out of Steamtown. The building on the right is th... (more)
The Reading F units patiently wait for passengers to board the train for the 1PM departure for Moscow. A small trolley sits on the opposite side of the platform, waiting for additional people to b... (more)
Reading Company #902, along with #903, take a tour of the former Lackawanna main. The two were built by EMD in 1950 and were often paired in service. The Reading Company Technical and Historical... (more)
Reading #902 and #903 get an early start exploring the changing colors of the foliage on the former Lackawanna route towards Gouldsboro and beyond.
The Reading duo make an early 7:30 AM appearance at the Elmhurst Reservoir en route to East Stroudsburg, PA prior to running a "Whistle Stop" excursion back to Steamtown later the same afternoon.
Hey dispatch? Yeah, we're no where near Pottstown! The Reading set takes a tour of the former DL&W line during "Founder's Day" partially substituting for steam due to some track i... (more)
Sporting her new reflective number board, RDG #902 rounds the bend at Point of Gap in one of the more scenic locations in Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Reading FP 7 902 has dropped off it's happy passengers in Delaware Water Gap to enjoy the town's Founders Day celebration. Rounding the sharp curve at Point of Gap, it is proceeding to Slateford J... (more)
Out of town visitors. Reading Company Technical and Historical Society #902 and the Philadelphia Chapter of the NRHS #903 enjoy the hospitality of Steamtown where they are expected to be a... (more)
Two old, retired bulldogs sitting on the porch watching the sun go down.
Two Reading FP7 units fly through Elizabeth on the Jersey Central at speed with the five car Budd streamliner CRUSADER.
Children wave and hold their ears as the FP7's horns warn motorists at the grade crossing.