Taken with permission and proper PPE. Thanks to R&N for their hospitality.
Ending its day of duty as the Port Clinton Roustabout, an ultra-rare SD38AC unit backs past the station platform to clear a some switches.
RBMN Train PNJT, the local from Port Clinton to Jim Thorpe, is being put together with the assistance of the yard crew. The train will depart the yard shortly with a short stone train.
With SD38 #2004 leading Reading & Northern's northbound Mountain Job breaks the Sunday afternoon silence as it works its way north near Barnesville on the R&N mainline.
Reading & Northern SD38 #2004 and SD40-2 #3056 bring the southbound Reading Turn through Zehners with a short train of outbound NS interchange traffic. The train will stop in Port Clinton to pick ... (more)
The EX DT&I 254 then GTW 6254 now lives life on the Reading Blue Mountain & Northern wearing the number RBM&N 2004. Here she sits at the Port Clinton Shops getting a bit of TLC from the RBMN staff... (more)
RBMN 2004 is seen here at The new St.Nick breaker loading the QIT coal train destined for Canada. This breaker opened in 1963 and was served by the Reading Company and into Conrail. It closed in 2... (more)
PNJT slowly trundles down the R&N Main with four hoppers in tow.
RBMN 2004 idles on a january night waiting to be picked up by the Reading Turn.
THE OTHER SIDE..... While Scouting spots to shoot the 425 (See photo 217230), we were treated to this bonus as 2004 hustles a string of hoppers over the Schulykill River.... Special thanks to My D... (more)
The Mountain Job switching out cars at International Paper. View more of my photos at http://mst145.rrpicturearchives.net
The Mountain Job passing through Locust Gap on its way back to Tamaqua. View more of my photos at http://mst145.rrpicturearchives.net
Artsy shot of the R&N #2004 at the R&N Temple Station.
Reading and Northern SD38 #2004 rests at the old BM&R Temple Station near Reading, Pennsylvania.
RBMN 2004 sits on the turntable for the Port Clinton Open House.