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Reverend Phil Smith May 2008
R&N No. 425 at Tamaqua

On Sunday, May 11, Reading & Northern No. 425 is spotted north of the station platform in Tamaqua while Andy Muller, his mother, and their families enjoy dinner in The Restaurant at the Station (www.therestaurantatthestation.com).

Her blue paint scheme recalls the BLUE COMET. Her headlight came from Delaware, Lackawanna & Western "Pocono" (4-8-4) No. 1501; her bell and whistle, from Reading G-1sa Pacifics. When she left, the sounds reverberating through the town and the hills took me back to the Reading's renowned Iron Horse Rambles.

Reverend Phil Smith May 2008

Reverend Phil Smith May 2008

Steam at Tamaqua Station

Reverend Phil Smith May 2008

R&N 425 at Port Clinton

Here is No. 425 backing down to her train at Port Clinton. Hearing her deep chime Reading G-1sa passenger whistle reminded me of the Iron Horse Rambles "Speed" Picture Stops here, when huge 110-foot-long, 404-ton Reading T-1 4-8-4's erupted from beneath the Route 61 bridge.



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