The Lehigh Gorge scenic train is seen passing the switch at "River" arriving back in Jim Thorpe. The train is traveling along the old CNJ trackage. The line below is a former Lehigh Vall... (more)
Reading and Northern NRFF runs west on the Nesquehoning Branch along Tippets Road with one of their GP39RNs leading the trip back towards Reading.
With the massive trusses of the Coalport Bridge looming overhead, the 1:00 Lehigh Gorge train races a pair of cyclists above the NS Lehigh Line and RBMN Lehighton Branch. In just a couple of short... (more)
Reading & Northern 2532 brings up the markers on the Project 113 Easter Bunny trains.
A conductor or trainman collects his belongings from the cab of the recently rebuilt GP39RN, built from an ATSF GP30. The train has just pulled back into Tamaqua after a run to the Hometown High B... (more)
RBMN #2532 emerges through the dense, thick fog pulling Santa's Special from Minersville to Schuylkill Haven.
Reading, Blue Mountain, & Northern GP30 2532 leads Railway Restoration Project 113's Santa Train out of Minersville, PA. In the background, the safety valve of Central of New Jersey #113, a 1923 A... (more)
Reading & Northern's Mountain Job works the coal loading pad at Girardville, PA on a brisk fall afternoon.
Under a beautiful setting sun, the Reading turn heads south amid beautiful Autumn colors.
Reading & Northern conductor Kyle Sanders works on his paperwork outside the R&N office at Port Clinton before putting his train back together for the rest of the trip north to Tamaqua with inboun... (more)
After touring the entire Lehigh and Reading Main Lines of R&N the OCS comes coasting back through Millers Crossing heading back home to Port Clinton.
After bringing the Reading Turn back north to Tamaqua R&N 2532 rests beside the railroad's pair of recently painted bay window cabooses. The caboose in the foreground is former Erie-Lackawanna and... (more)
RBMN OCS-28 continuing its reverse move over the Hometown high bridge to Haucks to wye its train to head towards Port Clinton
RBMN OCS-28 enters the connection at COAL to Jim Thorpe for a lunch stop from the main at Glen Onoko. Note the signal bridge is not yet active.
RBMN OCS-28 notches it up coming out of Pittston en route to Port Clinton by the CP Connector at Dupont.