College bound without a car? University City Station serves the Drexel, University of Pennsylvania and Graduate Hospital campuses as well as near by South Street.
The "R3" between West Trenton, NJ and Philadelphia was one of few SEPTA lines that remained opened during the blizzard of Feb 6th, 2010. This line once hosted the famous Reading Crusader stainles... (more)
PCC Streetcar in old PTC livery rolls upgrade and eastbound on Girard Avenue.
Septa R6 train heads towards Philadelphia in Conshohocken on the Norristown Line.
Front end damage has made the number unknown but the #10 line car is turning into the 36th St. portal of the downtown trolley subway in May of 976
In service on the 50-Line on 5th St at Market. Bicentenial paint scheme lettered for Connecticut, #2275 had been built for Kansas City Public Service in 1946 as their #774, aquired by SEPTA in 195... (more)
Septa Silverliner IV set kicks up snow under the Pennsy signals at Devon.
Inbound on Baltimore Ave. in May of 1976, PCC #2156 wears the so called "Gulf Oil" Paint scheme. The 34-line is still active today with Kawasaki single ended streetcars. #2156, built in June of 19... (more)
Built for Kansas City Public Service as their #782, this car would later be sold to Toronto as TTC #4773. By May of 1976, it was in service on SEPTA's Route 60 having been purchased after the Wood... (more)
4 Silverliner IV sets bask in the weekend sun at Lansdale Yard.
Septa silverliner set prepares to depart Lansdale Station heading for Philadelphia.
Septa Silverliner set cruises southbound on 3 by the signals at North Broad Station.
Old Reading Co. MU idles at Elm Street Station.
Septa passenger train rolls southbound through North Broad Station under this signal bridge.
Aquired from Kansas City Public Service (#755) and now SEPTA 2267 is heading to downtown on Route 50 and about to cross the still in use tracks of Route 60. 60 would be abandoned a year later and ... (more)