Former Norfolk & Western SD40-2 no. 6164 leads the way back into H&Ks quarry at Birdsboro.
Recently relettered Haines & Kibblehouse SD40-2s 3549 and 6164 bring a cut of loaded stone past Browns Feeds in downtown Birdsboro. The pair of SD40-2s were brought in to replace a well worn pair ... (more)
Despite all predictions of a power change at Harrisburg or Reading, NS 056 (empty military flats for Morrisville) graces the lower Harrisburg line with a grey ghost AC44 leading the charge. Aptly ... (more)
With the sun dipping into the evening Sky, K72 crawls west into Dyers Quarry along Norfolk Southerns “Turkey Path”. On the right is a train of stone hoppers from Haines & Kibblehouse bound for... (more)
With the cylinder cocks wide open, Reading & Northern 2102 crawls across the turntable at Port Clinton.
Reading & Northern T-1 no. 2102 crawls onto the siding track at Jim Thorpe to let the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railroad train pass by.
With massive crowds on hand to see Reading & Northern T-1 no. 2102, GP38-2 no. 2013 provided a bit of vibrant color amongst the sea of red passenger cars at Jim Thorpe.
With a thunderous exhaust echoing through the Lehigh Gorge, Reading & Northern 2102 triumphantly stomps southbound out of Jim Thorpe.
After all 900 or so passengers disembarked from the train, Reading & Northern 2102 leads the 19 car passenger train around the Wye at Jim Thorpe Junction.
R&N 2102 thunders across the Little Schuylkill River over the seldom photographed bridge at New Ringgold under a steady drizzle.
Reading & Northern 2102 leads the first 21st century “Iron Horse Rambles” trip through Hamburg on the approach to Port Clinton.
After turning around on the Wye at Jim Thorpe Junction, Reading & Northern 2102 reverses past the R&Ns former Norfolk Southern F units.
Reading & Northern 2102 brings 50 empty cars north through New Ringgold.
On it’s first southbound run, Amtrak’s only heritage painted ACS-64 flies south into the fading sunlight at Ridley Park.
During a heavy autumn downpour, Amtrak 95 spits flames as it accelerates on the head end of the westbound Pennsylvanian.