Our Trains

 
 
 
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Standard Coach

Our standard red coaches were manufactured as early as 1917 for the Delaware Lackawanna and Western Railroad.  Each coach is equipped with functional windows, comfortable seating, and clean restrooms.


 
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Pullman Car

Fabricated for the New Haven Railroad nearly 100 years ago, this Pullman car consists of ten private rooms designed for daytime running.

Each room can accommodate up to three people and contains a functional window.

The Pullman also displays a common area where guests are able to network as they appreciate nature’s landscape.

Guests may enjoy a generous spread of complimentary refreshments during the October Fall Foliage Excursions on the Pullman Car.

 
 

 
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First-Class Car

Extraordinary service!  Reading and Northern Railroad is proud to offer its First-Class Parlor Car No. 3 to the public for Fall Foliage Excursions in October from the Reading Outer Station and Port Clinton to Jim Thorpe.

From the embossed copper ceiling and vibrant flooring to the plush armchair and swivel rockers, riding in this vintage Victorian railcar will be a memorable event.  Seating only thirteen passengers, you will ride this Parlor Car in expansive elegance.  In addition, a gratuitous lunch and dessert will be provided.

 
 

 
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Rail Diesel Car (RDC)

The Reading and Northern Railroad owns and operates RDC #9166 and RDC #9168.  The cars were built in the 1950's for commuter use by the former Budd Company of Philadelphia.

The #9166 includes functioning windows and a clean restroom.  This RDC consists of a coach and a kitchen in which refreshments are served.

The #9168 embodies a complete coach interior showcasing an ornately painted ceiling.  This RDC contains comfortable bus-style seating which maneuver in both directions. This coach also includes functioning windows and a clean restroom.

So ride the refurbished RDC Reading and Northern trains from Berks County to Jim Thorpe in comfort and style reminiscent to a bygone era.