Amidst the shroud of steam, smoke and the haze an afternoon rain storm, Norfolk and Western 611 approaches Carpenters Graveyard at the Strasburg Railroad
N&W 475 at Carpenters crossing, with the rolling hills and farms in the background
N&W 475 passing Carpenters cemetery on an early fall afternoon
N&W 475 runs passed the soon to be harvested corn fields outside of cherry hill farm, approaching the crossing at esbenshade road
Some rolling stock of fallen flags sit in the yard of Reading and Northern at Jim Thorpe. Having spoken to the owner of one of these cabooses (cant recall which he mentioned is his), it's on its w... (more)
Reading and Northern 425 crosses the Lehigh River as it pulls its train into the Lehigh Gorge. Rafters below in the river take advantage of great river conditions and sunny skies on a picture perf... (more)
The Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railroad sweeps through the twists and turns of the Reading and Northern mainline through the gorge. A string of former Lehigh Valley and Reading Company coaches always mak... (more)
The crowds at Jim Thorpe Station eagerly await Reading & Northern 425 as it runs around its train, gracefully passing the canopy of the platform. The crew is setting up for another run into the Le... (more)
A second opportunity of mine to create a "like father, like son" photo op. This time with a scale model of the Reading and Northern Pacific Class locomotive.
Reading and Northern 425 on its first of 4 Gorge excursions for the day. The locomotive is running for the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railroad, out of Jim Thorpe, Pa. Here its seen passing through Glen ... (more)
Some local automotive enthusiasts bring out their classic cars to a photo event at the East Broad Top Railroad
A Former PRR GP9 rests at the Horseshoe curve in Altoona, Pa as heavy freight bustles by in the background.
NS Freight makes its way down into the Horseshoe Curve, with the reservoir and valley in view in the distance.
East Broad Top 17 sits in the silent yard at Orbisonia, silhouetted by yard lights. A sign for the yard crossing can be seen in the background, appropriately lit by the lone yard light.