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)
Reading T-1 2102 is pulling a special 12-car train to Tamaqua, in celebration of the 160th anniversary of the opening of the Little Schuylkill Navigation Railroad in 1831, per the sign above the p... (more)
The Reading T-1 2102 is about to take on coal at the Blue Mountain & Reading's tourist line along the Pennsy's old Schuylkill Division. Note the close clearance to the concrete wall.
Reading T-1 2102 pulls into town with the Little Schuylkill Navigation RR 160th Anniversary Excursion, as noted on the sign above the pilot; R&N U33B No. 3304 is waiting in the siding to assist wi... (more)
The 2102 is leaving Leesport with an awesome display of smoke and steam, for a trip to Tamaqua. This is the last time that I chased a T-1, and I hope to see this engine running again next year. ... (more)
Reading T-1 No. 2102 is under ex-PRR wires at Amtrak's monumental 30th Street Station, in a scene scanned from a Kodachrome slide from the collection of Bob Etchberger.