A Reading 3 Chime Whistle Added: December 09, 2008
Location/Date of Video
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Remarks: The whistle on the engine is a brand new Reading 3 chime whistle, and this day was its first outting. Sounds neat, doesn't it?
Keith on December 10, 2008
Different whistle, nice sequence. Like the going away shot. Another quality video from Adam.
on December 10, 2008 guymonmd
Nice video. I find it interesting that a great number of preserved steam locomotives that now pull tourist and exhibition trains were built and intended as switch engines. I know that working steam locomotives are very rare and expensive to mantian, and you use what you have. I just think the old railroaders that originally used these would find it interesting that the switch engines are now pulling passenger trains.
on December 10, 2008 Derek Buel
During the christmas season, do you guys (the WK&S crews) dress #65 in christmas lights for night runs?
on December 10, 2008 Adam Christman (Penn Rail Videos)
We actually don't do night runs for Christmas. We only do these trips for one weekend out of the year.
on December 16, 2008 Trainbrain
I'm not a big Steam lover, But this is a nice video, thanks Adam.........
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