On Friday, it was spotted going through Tamaqua, Hauto, and Jim Thorpe. On Saturday and Sunday, visitors to Railfest at Steamtown got to see it and enjoy it.
Then yesterday, it made an unscheduled appearance in Jim Thorpe that proved to be a bonus for visitors to the town, and especially for those taking rail rides.
Steam Locomotive No. 425, which was built in 1928 and has been totally restored, was used to haul passengers on the rides offered by the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railroad on Monday from the Jim Thorpe train station to Penn Haven Junction.