Hometown High Bridge Built in 1931 by CNJ, 981 feet long and 161 feet high. It is currently used by Reading & Northern. Here a High Bridge Excursion Train is crossing the trestle. Phot... (more)
R&N #425, in a CNJ-like Blue Comet livery now complete with matching blue consist, travels over former Lehigh line trackage. To the left, is the old 1912 CNJ alignment which was built to bypass t... (more)
R&N #425 adds a splash of blue (and sand) to the Fall foliage of Eastern PA. Note the engineer leaning out the cab in a classic pose.
Reading & Northern 4-6-2 425 crosses the Little Schuylkill River just north of Hecla on a beautiful Saturday morning. This is one of approximately ten bridges that cross the river on the way from ... (more)
Tough year for foliage in the Northeast! What foliage we did have was blown off the trees from the remnants of hurricane Noel the day before, Saturday the 3rd - the First Polar Express for the day... (more)
A steady rain is falling as the business train makes its way towards Glenwood Yard. How many years has it been since a passenger train last ran on the W&P?
A flagman stops traffic as the 405 pulls out of Chester with the 1230 train back to Bellows Falls.
Most of the recent ORHS excursions have ended at Rook, but this 1998 trip continued east on the P&WV.
A spotless #3000 leads a Central NY Chapter NRHS excursion southbound at Lisle, NY
Reading & Northern Tamaqua Heritage Day Excursion exiting the Tamaqua Tunnel on a perfect autumn day. View more of my photos at http://mst145.rrpicturearchives.net
The POHC hosted passenger run passes the Bridgeville station.
Leaning into the curve at a whole 15 mph, the MMA OCS train heads south on the Searsport Sub.
The 'westbound' Guilford Office Car Special is seen at the site of the former CP HAGER interlocking, which still had a diamond with CSX's lead to the South Yard in 2000.
Westbound To Binghamton NY With NYS&W 3004 C424