An Amtrak Regional Express roars past the now demolished 1953 PRR built station in Levittown, PA. A new station is currently under construction here which is expected to be completed in 2018. It... (more)
A set of SEPTA Silverliner IV's makes a stop at the now demolished former PRR station in Levittown, PA. Built in 1953, the station was torn down in 2016 to make way for a new and much more moder... (more)
A pair of Kawasaki LRV's receive some care at SEPTA's Elmwood facility.
SEPTA PCC-II #2323 was built in 1947 by the St. Louis Car Company and refurbished by Brookville Equipment Company. It is seen here, captured at SEPTA's Elmwood facility during a shop tour.
Westbound empty hoppers enter the cut at Wegley amidst a backdrop of fall color.
Eastbound Pennsylvanian passes under the classic PRR signal bridge at Lilly, PA
Lined up, waiting turns at Island Avenue in South Phillly for a ride around the loop. The late 1940's PCC's serve SEPTA in everyday service working right along side with the 1980's built Kawasaki... (more)
A 1947 St Louis Car Company PCC decked out in the livery of SEPTA's predecessor, the Philadelphia Transportation Company, makes its rounds through Philadelphia, captured here on Girard Ave by the ... (more)
An Amtrak long distance train led by a venerable AEM-7 charges south (Amtrak west) through Bristol, PA on the express track.
Delaware Lackawanna PT-98 rolls across Henry's Crossing Road in what would be one of the few properly-lit shots of the day. The sun was playing hide-and-seek throughout the afternoon and would us... (more)
An Amtrak "Cities Sprinter" flies through Bristol, PA on the express track.
To the Torch
Three Conrail Alcos, two RSD12’s and an RSD15, stand among the freight cars in Conway Yard. The three Schenectady products are coming from the Altoona dead line, and a... (more)
An Amtrak Acela flies through Bristol, PA on the express track.
A nine car set of SEPTA Silverliner IV's takes the express track through Bristol, PA in a deadhead move from Trenton, NJ just after rush hour.
Blast off in 3...2...1... R&N #425 has the highball and with 210 pounds of steam quickly accelerates up through the Lehigh Gorge State Park putting on a show for railfans and passengers alike.