Reading Company Technical & Historical Society's FP7s rest at Steamtown. Could there be summer excursions out of Scranton with this duo as requested power?
Emmaus 250th Anniversary celebration. Train on former Reading Perkiomen Branch.
Twice as nice...
The start of a busy day...
Reading Railroad #903 rounds a bend South of Dillinger Tunnel early one foggy morning en route to Pennsburg, PA.
Reading returns to the Perkiomen Branch! For two weekends, the Reading FP7s roamed up and down the ex-Reading's Perk Branch. This weekend, the trip were run out of Pennsburg, PA, and the FP7s look... (more)
Sittin' in the evening sun... watching history rolling by...
Reading Company Technical and Historical Society #902 and the Philadelphia Chapter of the NRHS #903 on excursion October 3rd, 2009... (more)
The 1 PM departure is now returning to Emmaus. With the FP7s now pushing, the train is about to enter Dillinger Tunnel and pass under the NE extension of the PA Turnpike. Thanks to the Reading Com... (more)
The 11 AM departure crosses 6th Street in Emmaus, PA
The first train of the day has returned to Emmaus. The passengers are preparing to board for the 11 AM departure. The photographers are scurrying about, getting pictures of the restored Reading FP... (more)
Reading FP7s ran passenger excursions on the Perkimion Branch out of Emmaus, PA today. The first trip ran all the way to Pennsburg. On the return trip it passes over Treichler Road near Palm, PA.
Reading 903 and 902 heads west on the 3 PM run on East Penn Railways Perkiomen Branch. The special is passing Fourth Street headed to Dillingers.