RailPictures.Net Photo: RBMN 425 Reading & Northern Steam 4-6-2 at Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania by Kevin Madore
 
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Jim Thorpe Station (MM 122.5) (more..)
Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
February 15, 2016
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Reading Blue Mountain & Northern. The crew of a Reading Blue Mountain & Northern passenger train discusses the challenges of their upcoming run north, as they wait for their passengers to board on a snowy night in the little town of Jim Thorpe, PA.
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