Reading Company RS-3 467, built by the American Locomotive Company in May 1952, was sold to the Peabody Coal Company. It was later purchased – and restored – by the Reading Historical Society.... (more)
Reading Company's Alco RS-3 467
This locomotive was built by the by the American Locomotive Company in May 1952. It had a second career with the Peabody Coal Company before being purchas... (more)
Reading Company RS-3 467, built by the American Locomotive Company in May 1952, was sold to the Peabody Coal Company. It was later purchased – and restored – by the Reading Historical Society... (more)
Twas ever thus!!
The Reading RS-3 that rests with a short "period" consist adjacent to Steamtown looks like it can use a new coat of paint. This unit was delivered to the Reading Company in 1952 and was... (more)
Steamtown's Reading 467 is an RS-3. It is displayed in the old Erie Lackwanna yard with a small freight train.
Reading RS-3 #467 tied down on a display train at Steamtown National Historic Site.
A Reading RS-3 with a short freight train and a Delaware-Lackawanna C420 sit as displays at Steamtown's Railfest 2015.
Generations of railroading history sits side by side at Steamtown.
Always some cool stuff in Port Clinton.
An attractive display in the Steamtown Park.
Bridge 60 Tower in the background, a Reading RS3 at Steamtown sits in the yard.
On a sunny July morning, RDG 467 and LV 414 rest at Scranton, PA.
Reading 467 in Scranton Yard.