AEM-7 2303 pulls into 30th Street in the middle of the Evening Rush. In just under 6 months from this photo, SEPTA would officially say farewell to the beloved AEM-7's.
11 years ago this scene was normal, now both locomotives are no longer hauling trains.
An old timer once told me you can always tell the best running AEM-7s because they look the worst. What he meant was that since they were always on the road, they didn't get as much time for cosme... (more)
New and old meet.
946 arrives Metropark with a Northeast Regional. The 946 go on to become the trailing unit on the very last run of an AEM-7.
907 on inbound Northeast Regional 85 to Richmond.
939 leads a Northeast Regional into WIL as Rail Campers wait to board.
This was a very common sight four years ago, but now the scene has Sprinters instead of Toasters.
The 915 heads out of Penn Station into the light before ducking under the streets of New York to head into the tunnel under the Hudson River, while construction to cover the tracks with sky scrape... (more)
Plenty of passengers pass by the 944, but not a one pays it any attention.
939 heads out of Wilmington in the the low winter sun.
921 accelerates out of BWI on a nice fall day.
SEPTA's AEM-7 No. 2306 makes an appearance under sunny skies at Woodbourne Station in Langhorne, PA. SEPTA power for the push-pull sets was often in rotation meaning any one of its 7 "Toaste... (more)