A low angle perspective of an Amtrak Regional Express led by AMTK No. 665 northbound through Croydon station in Pennsylvania. A different "take" from Croydon - one that inclusion of the... (more)
A Keystone in Croydon. A five car Amtrak Keystone, led by AMTK No. 941, charges west on the NEC past the reverse s-curve in Croydon, PA, bound Harrisburg.
A pair of "Toasters" led by AEM-7 No. 931 race through Croydon, PA, ducking the 105 mph speed restriction signs while they pass the station on the express track. A zoom pan captured bac... (more)
An Amtrak Acela Express splits the 105 mph speed restriction signs as it races eastbound through SEPTA's commuter stop in Croydon, PA. With new track maintenance in progress, the fence is down pr... (more)
A NEC Regional Express makes its way east through Croydon, PA under cover of an early morning fog.
Caught in a late March storm, an Amtrak Regional Express roars through Croydon, PA, eastbound, due in at Penn Station, NY by nightfall.
Amtrak's ACS-64 No. 629 split a pair of 105 mph markers while sprinting through Croydon, PA.
Amtrak post-Thanksgiving Extra 1099 heads South through Croydon station with a borrowed Arrow III MU set from NJT.
An Amtrak Regional Express, led by No. 616, prepares to split the 105 speed restriction markers as it sprints north through SEPTA's Croydon station in Pennsylvania.
An Amtrak Regional Express splits the 105 mph speed restriction markers on the express tracks while sprinting east bound through Croydon, PA. To the far left, a SEPTA commuter train prepares for ... (more)
An Amtrak Acela Express barrels north along the NEC approaching Croydon, PA having navigated one of the sharper curves on the Washington to Boston main.
An Amtrak Acela Express barrels down the Corridor picking up speed through Croydon, PA after navigating through a reverse S-curve in Bristol Township.
An Amtrak Regional Express led by an ACS-64 roars past a stopped SEPTA commuter train at Croydon, PA.
Amtrak train 91 is south crossing the Neshaminy Creek, rolling towards a station stop at 30th St. Station, in Philadelphia.
An Acela Express snakes its way south under a canopy of catenary poles and wires. Amtrak Acela's are native to the Northeast part of the United States and can be identified by their silver skin a... (more)