Blue Mountain & Reading’s former Reading 4-8-4 2102 crosses the Schuylkill River from Bridgeport to Norristown, Pennsylvania. The bold lettering on the tender pays homage to the bicentennial of th... (more)
Former Reading 4-8-4 2102 rolls past the station area in Norristown, Pennsylvania. The Northern is leading a Temple – Philadelphia Blue Mountain & Reading shoppers special. Passengers changed trai... (more)
Locos owned by the Reading Technical & Historical Society
Blue Mountain and Reading 4-6-2 425 drifts backward through Telfod, Pennsylvania on the rear of a returning Souderton Railroad Days excursion. An unnamed RP.net contributor can be seen to the righ... (more)
A Blue Mountain and Reading work train pauses next to the one-time PRR station at Shoemakersville, Pennsylvania. The residents of the structure at the time were apparently fine with living in a r... (more)
As he has later done on the Reading and Northern, Blue Mountain and Reading owner Andy Muller spent money on erecting structures to recreate a classic railroad feel. Here 4-6-2 425 leads a southbo... (more)
One of Blue Mountain & Reading’s first locomotives was NW2 413. Built as Erie 413, the EMD switcher is seen here with a southbound work train just north of Leesport, Pennsylvania.
On July 9, 1988, the Blue Mountain and Reading ran an excursion from Reading to Philadelphia on Conrail’s Philadelphia main. Reading T-1 2102 was featured, and Reading Technical & Historical Socie... (more)
Andy Muller's pair of E8s, Nos. 5898 & 5706 restored in PRR livery, put on a great show in excursion service.
The 2102 is northbound in the Schuylkill River Valley, passing through the gap in Blue Mountain along the old Reading Railroad mainline.
The great Reading T-1 No. 2102 is rounding the big curve on the last lap into Tamaqua.
Reading T-1 No. 2102 is heading up the valley of the Little Schuylkill River toward Tamaqua, recreating a view typical of the old "Reading Rambles" of the 1960s. (Except for the giant-sized power... (more)
Reading T-1 No. 2102 is pulling a "shopper's special" from South Hamburg to Philadelphia, passing through the city of its birth. Hopefully, we will soon see this locomotive back in stea... (more)