Amtrak Cities Sprinter No. 650 leads a Keystone train east through Amtrak's yard in Thorndale, PA, bypassing SEPTA's station, while en route to Exton, PA. Not much to see here, today, though bac... (more)
An early morning Amtrak Keystone sprints east, non-stop, through SEPTA's Thorndale station, some 35 miles west of Philadelphia, PA. The station at Thorndale consists of little more than high leve... (more)
An Amtrak Keystone sprints non-stop through SEPTA's Thorndale station, some 35 miles west of Philadelphia, PA. Not much to see here, today, though back in the day, the Pennsylvania Railroad's Tho... (more)
Operator Dick Herr is entering information on the Station Record of Train Movements at the 1938 vintage Union Switch & Signal Co. CTC machine governing train movements from Glen Loch through Coate... (more)
Our first stop for service comes at Thorndale, where passengers are allowed to de-board and mingle about getting photos. We'll stay on the mainline to Lancaster, the Low Grade line shares the rig... (more)
Time on the high iron is almost up for this pair of 2-8-0's, #3583 and sister #559 at the west throat of Thorndale, halfway between Philly and Lancaster. These locos were used as helpers to assist... (more)
60L pot signal displaying a RESTRICTING aspect for a reserve-traffic movement on Track 1.
A Silverliner set leaves Thorndale on the way to Philadelphia. Pennsy position light signals still light the way.