The Reading & Northern Tamaqua Local has just backed eight loads of anthracite onto the main from the last remaining segment of the Lehigh & New England main line, which is reached via the connect... (more)
After over 20 years of planning and construction, the Reading and Northern has a direct link from their Reading to Lehigh Divisions with the new Lehigh River Bridge at Glen Onoko. The NRFF uses th... (more)
The crew of Reading & Nothern's NRFF (North Reading Fast Freight) gets some friendly waves from some railfans, and gives one back as the train crosses the recently installed bridge over the Lehigh... (more)
The LNRX crew brings a coal train off the Greenwood Running Track in Tamaqua. LNRX is an "Indexing" job that loaded the train at Lehigh Natural Sources. Once they clear the interlocking,... (more)
Once the Longest Tunnel on the Reading System, the Mahanoy Tunnel is still used 159 years later under the Reading & Northern seeing a train almost every day.
The Tamaqua Fast Freight rolls south at Miller's Crossing as long shadows overtake the scene at the end of a beautiful day.
On February 26, Reading and Northern's C&S crews cut in the new Tamaqua Interlocking, which utilizes former Reading Company hardware that has been restored and placed back into service. For the fi... (more)
After swapping cuts of refrigerated boxcars at Packerton Junction, the Port Clinton Fast Freight works upgrade at Ametek, just west (railroad south) of Nesquehoning.
After getting a track warrant train PISB leaves the yard limits at Muller and heads for the industrial parks outside of Scranton.
After getting their train together PISB departs Pittston for the Scranton branch with a bunch of wine cars for Kane distribution from the Napa Valley.
Reading & Northern SD50 5017 brings a Hometown High Bridge train back into Jim Thorpe. The well preserved CNJ station is hosting a "Fall Festival" and the trains are very popular this t... (more)
The QARG "Reading Turn" throttles out of Tamaqua and by the "ZEHNERS" switch behind a pair of EMDs.
A pair of SD50's slowly lead a train of export coal bound for Fairless, PA through downtown Hazleton.
Reading & Northern's QARG turn, heads south to Port Clinton.