Reading 2102's air compressors start up early in the morning, leaving behind a cloud of steam.
Reading 2102 steams up on a beautiful October morning in Port Clinton.
Reading & Northern GP38-2 No. 2011 passing under the sanding tower at Port Clinton, Pa while towing a couple of lightweight coaches and the Reading & Northern steam engine No. 2102
Engineer Ryan Bausher does his final oiling to Reading & Northern 425 before its last day of operation before its 1472.
Shane Frederickson inspects the engineer's side air compressor on Reading 2102 while Chuck Trusdell and Brian Messinger inspect the fireman's side air compressor before its final run of 2022.
Reading & Northern 425 pulls onto the Port Clinton Turntable on a miserable December morning.
Reading & Northern 425 opens its cylinder cocks before leaving Port Clinton on its second-to-last day of operation.
Reading & Northern 425 leaves Port Clinton early in the morning on its second-to-last day of operation.
With a banked fire, Reading & Northern 425 silently simmers in front of the turntable at the Port Clinton Steam Shops.
Reading & Northern 425's silhouette slowly creeps onto the Port Clinton Turntable.
Reading & Northern 425 storms out of Port Clinton on a gloomy November morning.
Reading 2102 opens its cylinder cocks in preparation for leaving the steam shops.
Engineer Chad Frederickson prepares Reading & Northern 425 for its one and only Fall Foliage excursion for 2022.
Reading and Northern 2102 arriving at the Port Clinton Station for Final Autumn Leaf Excursion of 2022.
During the early hours of the morning, the steam crew of RBMN 2102 fires it up for the days excursions.