Traveling under Amtrak's 1915 style PRR built catenary, ducking the signal bridge, a SEPTA commuter push/pull set led by a venerable AEM-7 makes its approach to Ardmore station.
A large rainbow forms just before sunset as a fierce storm clears in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, along Amtrak's Keystone line. As if on queue (lol, a nail-biting few minutes), an express SEPTA Silverl... (more)
A late afternoon storm in Ardmore, PA offered a rather dramatic view of an eastbound set of SEPTA Silverliner V's seen here just shy of the station. Not too often one gets a nose lit afternoon ea... (more)
A late afternoon SEPTA push/pull commuter set, led by AEM-7 No. 2302, ducks the PRR era signal bridge just shy of the station in Ardmore, PA.
At sunset, moments after a fierce downpour, a rainbow forms above the station in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, welcoming a stream of passengers discharging from a set of SEPTA Silverliner IV's. I've lon... (more)
A SEPTA AEM-7 led push-pull commuter, led by No. 2301, barrels down the former PRR mainline ducking the old signal bridge in Ardmore, PA.
There's no mistaking this Amtrak Keystone for a Regional Express led by ACS-64 No. 602 in Ardmore, PA. The train is traveling under Amtrak's 1915 style PRR built catenary, ducking the signal brid... (more)
Septa 9561 The Great Valley Flyer rocket's through Ardmore Station with the Great John Foulds at the control's, enroute to Paoli for it's first stop after leaving the City, this Train is SEPTA Fas... (more)
Red Arrow Lines Ardmore car does little to disturb a quiet neighbor hood on the way to its destination. The car is a PCC based interurban car, built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1949.
SEPTA's AEM-7 No. 2306 leads a late evening express west bound along the Keystone Corridor through Ardmore, PA
For a few years in the 1990’s I worked in downtown Philadelphia, and commuted from the western suburbs on the former PRR main line. There were three trains that left downtown at the end of the wor... (more)
Inbound to Philly, kicking up some powder.
Due to Track Work 2 Miles Ahead, We Have to Back Up and Switch to Track #1 - This Shot is Taken From The "B" End of the Train as We Back Up