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Photo ID: 635439

Painted in a Reading Company heritage livery, this former BNSF GP30 pushes a Reading & Northern push pull excursion back to Jim Thorpe having made a trip to the 161' tall former CNJ Railroad: Reading & Northern
Locomotive: EMD GP39RN
Location: Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: RN 2532
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: October 22, 2017



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By: Mitch Goldman

Added: Oct 24, 2017

Views: 1,180
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Photo ID: 618673

Southbound to Reading to pickup cars.

Railroad: Reading & Northern
Locomotive: EMD GP39RN
Location: Port Clinton, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: RN 2532
Train ID: Lt power
Photo Date: June 02, 2017


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By: WILLIAM KLAPP

Added: Jun 02, 2017

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Photo ID: 596709

Reading & Northern arrives at Taylor.

Railroad: Reading & Northern
Locomotive: EMD GP39RN
Location: Taylor, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: RN 2532
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: October 12, 2016


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By: Lester Zmudzinski

Added: Nov 20, 2016

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Photo ID: 581480

After picking up three boxcars at Taylor yard , this former BNSF GP30 gets underway. Now designated as a GP39RN, this was one of several ex Geep 30s rebuilt several years ago. First one iI have e... (more)

Railroad: Reading & Northern
Locomotive: EMD GP39RN
Location: Taylor, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: RN 2532
Train ID: YJSB
Photo Date: June 29, 2016


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By: Lester Zmudzinski

Added: Jun 30, 2016

Views: 2,204
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