The West Hazleton Fast Freight splits a classic set of searchlights at the 99 signals on its return trip to the Humboldt Industrial Park in Hazleton.
A gloomy Winter evening begins to set in over the Little Schuylkill River Valley as train WHFF2-20 exits Tamaqua Yard right on schedule. The train departed West Hazleton approximately one hour bef... (more)
The Reading Blue Mountain Railroad 3056 making its way back on its line off the Norfolk Southern Line at CP Belt. Photo by Shawn A Leightcap
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PILE rushes into the White Haven Tunnel
Reading and Northern SD40-2 #3056 and SD50 #5022 hold on the runaround track at Tamaqua, PA.
Reading & Northern's northbound Reading Turn crosses Atlas Road just after 4:00 a.m. on a chilly October morning as it nears the end of its round trip to Reading and back to Tamaqua. The train too... (more)
Reading & Northern's 'Mountain Job' eases downhill on the Mahanoy & Shamokin Branch seen here crossing Hillside Drive near Barnesville. In a few miles the train will enter the R&N mainline (at Eas... (more)
Reading & Northern's Sunday 'Mountain Job' works upgrade and is about to enter Mahanoy Tunnel on its trek from Port Clinton to Locust Summit. The Mahanoy Tunnel was completed in 1862 and at 4,000 ... (more)
Reading & Northern's Sunday 'Mountain Job' heads up the Mahanoy & Shamokin Branch at East Mahanoy Junction bound for Locust Summit.
After making a round trip to the NS interchange in Reading R&N's Reading Turn is seen here working the car shop track at Port Clinton. The driveway leading to the Reading & Northern headquarters h... (more)
Reading & Northern 3056 QMRG heads south toward Reading outside Hamburg. The bridge in the background in from the abandoned PRR Schuylkill Branch.
The leaves are beginning to change as the Mountain Job rolls through the countryside en route to Mount Carmel Junction. My 100th photo on RP.net! Railroad: Reading & NorthernLocomotive: EMD SD40-2Location: Ashland, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: RBMN 3056Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: October 07, 2008