SEPTA's AEM-7 No. 2306 leads an evening express through Berwyn, PA en route to Paoli.
Pushed by AEM-7 No. 2304, a late evening SEPTA commuter train makes a brief station stop late one Summer's evening at the still surviving 1888 Reading built Rydal station. Lot's of history surviv... (more)
A set of eastbound GE Silverliner IV's arrive at Somerton Station on the West Trenton Line in Northeast Philadelphia. Props to SEPTA for finding not only the funds, but the actual desire to const... (more)
Passengers discharge from a set of GE Silverliner IV's at the rebuilt Somerton Station on the West Trenton Line in Northeast Philadelphia. This stop now has spots for 200 cars but typically fills... (more)
A set of Silverliner V's arrive at the 1889 built Noble station (rebuilt in 1901 by the Reading) in Abington, PA along the West Trenton Line.
SEPTA AEM-7 No. 2302 arrives at Philmont Station along the West Trenton Line in Huntingdon Valley, PA. For a view of the other side of this beautiful station built by the Reading in 1913, click ... (more)
A late evening push-pull express led by AEM-7 No. 2302 flies through the 1870 built former PRR Wynnewood station en route to Paoli, PA
Strasburg Rail Road's decapod makes a late evening arrival at the depot beating out an oncoming storm.
Strasburg Rail Road's 2-10-0 No. 90 pulls its train past the depot and ontinues a bit further passing the restored "J Tower" prior to uncoupling and running around it's train for another... (more)
Strasburg Rail Road's 4-8-0 No. 475 makes its way back to the depot on a return trip through the Amish farmlands... err, rather, the dense forests the line is well known for.
Strasburg Rail Road' 4-8-0, No. 475 runs a freight train past one of railroad's passenger trains, lead by 2-10-0 No. 90, at Cherry Hill
Strasburg Rail Road's 1924 built decapod leads a return trip through the Amish countryside while en route to the depot.
Strasburg's mighty 2-10-0, former Great Western, brings its train through Paradise, PA rounding Longs Curve while en route to the depot.
Thomas the Insomniac