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Reading & Northern 425, the gutsy 4-6-2 "Pacific" type steam locomotive leads a fantastic journey through the hills and valleys of northeast Pennsylvania. Filmed over several autumn days in October, 2021, 425 wore multiple whistles during that time, battling grades, arriving and departing stations, and impressing a multitude of onlookers with a loud and majestic display of fine early 20th century machinery. You can ride this train, by viewing events and tickets at: 🤍 As of November 2022, 425 has undergone the last excursion for now, replaced by recently restored 4-8-4 number 2102. You can view this mighty steam engine in service here: 🤍 Many thanks to those from the Reading & Northern railroad that continue to make this possible! Central Penn Rail Productions - 2022
Like us on Facebook! 🤍 Follow us on Twitter! 🤍 It's big, it's bad, and it's... BLUE! It's RBM&N's reciently restored 4-6-2 Pacific, #425, and she's back and better than ever. Painted in a classy blue and gold paint scheme, the engine is certainly an eye-grabber, as it races down the R&N main. We'll watch as the crew cleans the locomotive and prepares the 425 for its journey, and then, we'll take you trackside, to witness this historic event. So come along, as we follow the 'Four-and-a-Quarter' to Jim Thorpe.
On December 17, 2022, I made my way out to Reading, Pennsylvania for the second time this year, but not for 2102... for the last runs of the beloved RBMN 425. I have been wanting to see the 425 for quite some time now, and once I knew it would be having its 1472 inspection after this weekend, I had no choice but to hightail it over to eastern PA! In this video, we see the 425 go from Reading to Port Clinton for the 10:30 and 1:00 trips. Enjoy the video!
Steam returned to the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway in the summer of 2020, with the commencement of excursions following uncertainty about the operation's future. Reading & Northern's Pacific #425 stole the show for the first few weekends of service, putting on an exciting performance through the gorge.
Today, Reading and Northern steam locomotive #425 was pulling back into Jim Thorpe on the 11:00 train when a car darted in front. The driver and passenger both seem to be okay, just a little shaken. The passengers on board the train reported that they didn't even feel the train hit the car, which is a testament to the sheer power behind this 1920's steam locomotive. The locomotive was going a relatively slow speed, and sent the car flying as if it was nothing, so if you think you can beat a train through a crossing, don't even try. For those concerned about 425, she suffered a few bent grab irons and had a big tire print on her rear, but she'll be fine. Let this serve as a lesson to everyone: Look. Listen. Live. * Jukin Media Verified * Find this video and others like it by visiting 🤍 For licensing / permission to use, please email licensing(at)jukinmedia(dot)com.
August 13, 2022 was a day that will go down in rail preservation history as for the first time since 1988, the Reading Blue Mountain and Northern Railroad would run both of their steam locomotives, 425 and Reading T-1 2102 on a steam excursion as a doubleheader for one of the iron horse rambles to mark the birthday of the railroad's owner, Andy Muller. If that were not enough of a cherry on top, both locomotives would carry the famous "God's Whistle" Reading 6 Chime whistle, bringing back sounds perhaps not heard since the days of the original reading rambles at the end of steam in the 50s and 60s. Included in this video as well are scenes of the railroads F units working the lehigh gorge train. So sit back, relax and enjoy the sights, and of course the sounds of Blue Mountain Glory! = TIMESTAMPS 0:00 Video Intro 0:30 Start of Video RBMN Steam Shops 1:18 Leaving Steam Shops 3:46 Leesport 5:00 Arrival in North Reading 6:08 Reading Outer Station 6:52 Departure from Reading Outer Station 9:00 Mohrsville 10:03 Port Clinton 12:03 East Mahanoy Junction 14:06 Nesquehoning Junction - Gorge Train 16:18 Nesquehoning Junction - SD50s turning the train 18:40 Nesquehoning Junction - 2102 and 425 come back down the wye 21:20 Jim Thorpe 22:10 Jim Thorpe - Gorge Train Departs 23:49 Jim Thorpe - Photo Run-By 26:19 Nesquehoning 28:08 Tamaqua 29:55 Hecla 31:00 Special Thanks
At long last, K&L Trainz is proud to finally present: The R&N 425! Follow along as we highlight a few outings for the 425 when she was part of the BM&R, the RBM&N and the R&N. Get your copy today at: 🤍 Package included 5 locomotives, 5 tenders, 7 aux tenders, and 25 passenger cars! *Many of the scenes in this video were shot on the R&N Route found on the DLS: KUID:87135:100774 0:00 Intro 0:13 Shoemakersville 0:50 Ontelaunee 1:15 Cresonna 2:01 Scranton 2:57 Orwigsburg 3:43: East Mahanoy Junction 4:13 New Ringgold 5:34 West Penn - Cab Ride 6:26 Glen Onoko 7:17 Hometown Bridge 8:02 Credits
Sorry for the long period between uploads. I have been very busy recently and haven't had time to do any railfanning. I got time to catch 425 on fathers day. Hope you enjoy and remember to like, subscribe and comment what you think! I made one mistake by calling Jim Thorpe Junction "River". Social Media Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
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Now available on DVD and Blu-ray: "Reading & Northern 425 - Sound and Fury" To order, please visit my website at: 🤍 On Sept. 28th, Reading & Northern 4-6-2 #425 powered a round-trip excursion from Duryea, PA to Jim Thorpe, PA. Benefiting a number of Pittston area charities, this trip followed the ex-Lehigh Valley (and occasionally Jersey Central) mainline through the mountains of Northeast PA. Still loud as ever, 425's exhaust has a crisper sound now - thanks to new valves installed this past winter. Appropriately, the whistle is an authentic CNJ 3-chime. 🤍 September 28, 2014
To conclude the Reading and Northern's steam trips to Jim Thorpe for the year, the railroad would call on its two workhorses to pull the final two steam-powered trips to Jim Thorpe for the year. Reading 2102 would be billed to pull the train on November 6th to make up for a failure on the 8th, while the railroad's long-time workhorse, ex-GM&N 425 would pull its final full trip from Reading Outer to Jim Thorpe prior to the expiration of its boiler ticket. Running with a CNJ 3 chime, the 425 would put on a fantastic showing on the run between Reading Outer and Jim Thorpe assisted by a pair of SD50-2's RBMN 5019 + 5018 known as the "fast freight twins" on the steep grades north of tamaqua as well as north of jim thorpe with the summit at barnesville. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the sights and sounds of The Last Ramble, 425's final run to Jim Thorpe! = I do not own the logos or music in the video. I only own the footage as well as my own personal logo. = TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Video Intro 0:20 Start of Video/Port Clinton Steam Shop Scenes 5:58 Leaving Steam Shops 6:39 Leesport 7:28 Reading Outer Station 9:09 Leaving Reading Outer Station 10:43 Hamburg 12:03 Port Clinton 15:08 Hecla 16:17 Zehners 17:34 Lake Hauto 18:50 Nesquehoning 19:57 Nesquehoning Tunnel 21:38 Barnesville/Church Road 23:41 Milepost 102 24:36 Zehners 25:25 Millers Crossing 26:30 Special Thanks/End of Video
Thank you for 900 subscribers! Let's get to 1000! #AndrewRailaBammers #425 #RBMN #GM&N From a nobody pacific to a blue excursion star and legacy carrier, through a colorful life across 4 railroads, and various whistles looks and numbers, this is the story of my favorite 4-6-2 Pacific from America, and outside the UK, Gulf Mobile and Northern/Reading Blue Mountain and Northern 425. Follow me on Facebook: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Disclaimer: all music and sound effects in this video ARE NOT owned by me/are not mine, they are credited with their rightful composer or movie/TV show they came from. Video footage is not mine. Links to videos used: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Several photos from Railroad Picture Archives: 🤍 Music used: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Check out a music video featuring 425 on my 2nd channel: 🤍
On the return trip 765 made a stop in Jim Thorpe to let the passengers off and walk around. While entering the station R&N 425 was patiently waiting on an adjacent track where the two battled it out in the gorge!
As A Preview For Autumn Leaf Part 2. From Oct 19th, RBMN 425's CB&Q 5 Chime Was Taken Off And Was Changed to a PRR Banshee For the Deadhead To Port Clinton. Listen As The Banshee Echos Making it Sound Like a PRR I1. Enjoy! Thanks For Watching Don't Forget To Subscribe Below (C) Ethan Trainz Productions
On December 22nd and 23rd, I made my way down between Reading and Port Clinton to catch Reading and Northern pulling Christmas themed trains. The trips this year ran from Reading Outer Station, to Port Clinton along the RBMN mainline, similar to last year with the exception of having the newly repainted dome car on the headend. Reading and Northern 425 had a CNJ 3 chime whistle for both days that I caught it.
To start, I was not as close as my iPhone made it look. I was just at the edge of the parking lot. The iPhone 6 camera, as some may know, makes the image look larger and closer. So don't tell me I was too close. NKP 765 and RBMN 425 both meet in Jim Thorpe, PA and start a massive whistle duel In Jim Thorpe, PA, Nickle Plate Road 765 was entering for a two hour layover time. I chased him from Allentown to Pittson and back.
Headed up to the RBMN on Dec 15th to see 4-6-2 #425 run Santa trains between Reading Outer Station and Port Clinton, on the first train of the day I had reserved a cab ride in 425, Having Never rode in the cab of a steam engine I thought it'd be a nice little Christmas Present to myself. Here are some of my quick little clips I took while riding with the crew in the cab of 425, and the loudest steam engine in the country! Thanks for Watching and I hope you enjoy!
On August 22nd, 2015, Norfolk Southern Corporation, in cooperation with the Reading Blue Mountain & Northern Railroad, operated the "Lehigh Gorge Special." An all day special steam excursion between Bethlehem and Pittston, Pennsylvania. Powering this excursion was Lima built Nickel Plate Road 2-8-4 Berkshire type #765. The engine put on a fantastic show of steam, as she traveled through the Lehigh Valley. In additon to #765, another steam locomotive was seen operating on this day. Reading Blue Mountain & Northern 4-6-2 light pacific #425 was operating between Jim Thorpe, and Old Penn Haven, hauling excursions for the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway. In this video, we will see both locomotives hauling passengers through the Lehigh Gorge, as well as a meet with both engines in Jim Thorpe. So sit back and enjoy steam railroading thundering across the mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania!
On October 12th, we return to the Reading & Northern for their popular Fall Steam Trips to Jim Thorpe. Due to the insane traffic in Jim Thorpe, we weren't successful of getting arrival shots or departure shots of 425. Some of the footage I caught wasn't my best ones I got, but I gave it my best shot. This is one of two or 3 days of chasing with 425. We will be back on the 19th & Possibly the 20th to see 425 Again With New Locations. Enjoy! All Footage Filmed on October 12th. Thanks For Watching Don't Forget To Subscribe Below (C) Ethan Trainz Productions
We head back to Port Clinton after leaving Jim Thorpe. The train makes its way through some beautiful scenery. We chase along side it with some awesome pacing!
On September 22nd 2018 we headed to the Reading and Northern's Penobscot Yard in Mountain Top, PA, to witness the 4th annual running of the Rotary Club of Mountain Top's Steam train excursion to Jim Thorpe and return. The train would be powered by 4-6-2 light Pacific # 425 Sporting a Denver Rio Grande and Western 5 chime whistle and GP39RN class # 2531 on the down hill part of the trip, the diesel would be used for dynamic breaking, and nothing else. But the return trip # 425 would be on her own to pull the 8 car train back up the mountain to Mountain Top. After arriving back in Mountain Top, 2531 would hitch onto the rear of the train and the train would dead head back to Jim Thorpe where 425 would spend the night! Thanks for Watching and I hope you Enjoy!
8.22.2015. Jim Thorpe, PA
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8.23.2015. Lehigh Gorge, PA. Taken with an iPhone 6
Date: Saturday, May 16, 2009 hrs. Approx. 1145 Hrs. Jim Thorpe Birthday Celebration Excursion with The 425 ran to benefit Wyoming County United Way, was operated between Tunkhannock, and Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania. The 13 car, 3 locomotive train departed Tunkhannock at 9am, and arrived Jim Thorpe at 1245pm. There was a 3 hour layover, where riders could enjoy Jim Thorpe, before returning north. Railroad Website: 🤍 Railroad: Reading & Northern Railroad Company Line: Main Line Train Symbol: OCS-16 Direction of train: Southbound Train origin: Tunkhannock, PA. Train destination: Jim Thorpe, PA. Engines: RBMN 425, 5022 (SD 50M), 5014 (SD 50M) Cars: 13 Location: White Haven, PA. County: Luzerne County PHOTOS by Michael Foley, of Yonkers Rails, can be seen here: 🤍
Like us on Facebook! 🤍 The return of Autumn Leaf Excursions on the Reading, Blue Mountain & Northern Railroad was a welcome treat after a year and a half of uncertainty of whether or not the excursions could operate under pandemic regulations. Not only have they returned, but this year offered a rare three weekends of steam-powered excursions on the classic 120-mile round trip between Reading Outer Station and Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania (formerly known as Mauch Chunk). At the head of the train is ex-Gulf, Mobile & Northern #425, a 1928 Baldwin-built 4-6-2 "Pacific" known for its loud exhaust that draws fans from all over the country. At the time of writing, this is to be the last Autumn that the engine is pulling the Autumn Leaf Excursions, as the railroad's own ex-Reading 4-8-4 "Northern" #2102 is expected to take over the duties next year once its restoration is completed. With that in mind, the sharp blue Pacific put on a grand show in the peak foliage of the southern Pocono Mountains, and featured whistles from four northeastern railroads, including a Baltimore & Ohio 3 chime, a Pennsylvania Railroad 3 chime, a Boston & Maine 6 chime, and a Reading 6 chime. Now, please enjoy this exciting video of steam in the Autumn brought to you by Blue Comet Productions! This video was filmed on October 3rd, 23rd, 24th, 30th, and 31st, 2021.
Personally the loudest thing I've ever heard. Details: RBMN 425, 4-6-2 light pacific locomotive built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in January 1928.
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On June 17th, We Went to the RBMN to catch the ferry move to Jim Thorpe with 425. We see the locomotive make some last minute moves at Port Clinton before leaving for Jim Thorpe for the weekend excursions in Jim Thorpe and Tamaqua. Stay tune for Upcoming Videos! Thanks For Watching Don’t Forget to Subscribe Below (C) Ethan Trainz Productions
On September 28th, 2019 I head out to see RMBN 425 and CNJ 113 at Schuylkill Haven Borough Days. On this day I was with my good friend Ethan Brodie and we chased 425 on her trips that she took that day. In this video you will see many unique videos such as gopro videos and me using my 13 foot tripod near the end of the video. Enjoy the video! Subscribe and give this video a like if you enjoyed! See you all by the rails soon. =▼▼Follow Me Here On The Medias!▼▼= Facebook Page: 🤍 Facebook Group: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 ▼ Railfan Equipment ▼= - ZOMEI Z699C Carbon Fiber Portable Tripod - Impact Heavy Duty Light Stand, Black - 13' (4m) (Used to Record Video's From Higher Perspective) - Nikon D3400 - Panasonic HDC-SD80 - Uniden Bearcat 30 Channel 10 Band Radio Scanner ▼ Helpful Stuff ▼ - Website / NSPLP HQ 🤍 - Norfolk Southern Unit/Locomotive Roster: 🤍 - TrainMon5 (Web-Based ATCS) 🤍 =
Headed up and gave chase to RBMN 425 "The blue pacific" on Halloween day as it would be the last 425 powered autumn leaf excursion of the year and potentially of its career with its 1472 rebuild lingering after the 2022 excursion year, and 2102's rebuild nearing completion. So with all that in mind we decided to give chase and enjoy this years beautiful fall foliage colors. Thanks for Watching and I hope you enjoy the sights and sounds of Reading and Northern Pacific # 425!