As a Northbound Commuter train departs Woodbourne Station, a quartet of aging Silverliners arrives to drop off commuters from Trenton and New York.
A nice break from the endless Silverliners, AEM7 2308 leads one of the last commuters trains of the afternoon rush on a beautiful summer afternoon. This train is an express and does not make a sto... (more)
Septa commuter train rolls westbound through Septa's Norristown Transportation Center Station at CP Kalb heading for Elm Street Terminal.
An R1 SEPTA Silverliner crosses the Delaware River from West Trenton, NJ towards Yardley, PA on a former Reading Railroad stone arch bridge which was built in 1912. Note the date markers on the b... (more)
An aging Silverliner II brings up the rear of this R3 train as it navigates through the switches at CP-Trent to enter the yard area. The sun had just started to shine in time for this photo as th... (more)
Passengers race to the other side of the station to board a SEPTA Silverliner en route to Philadelphia. The train is running on the opposite track due to some track work ahead. This is the forme... (more)
Looking as if 2 worlds have collided, an old school trolley makes it's way through the traffic exiting the Philadelphia Zoo. The trolley is passing under Amtrak's Northeast Corridor right by ZOO T... (more)
The morning "Pennypack Limited" navigates through a series of switches at CP-Trent as it leaves SEPTA's West Trenton Yard and enters the station platforms.
A Media bound R3 train prepares for its westbound run back to Pennsylvania while a local CSX freight works the Trenton Industrial Track in the background.
A three car train rolls past CP-Trent at the end of SEPTA's R3 Line in West Trenton. This train, consisting of a Budd Silverliner II (no. 203) and two GE Silverliner IVs, will rest briefly before... (more)
Under a different owner, a set of former NJ Transit Comet I coaches return to their home state on SEPTA's R3 West Trenton Line. These coaches were sold to SEPTA ... (more)
Septa streetcar ready to charge eastbound across 33rd Street on the Girard Avenue Route 15 line.
Nearly half a mile away, this late night SEPTA local lights up the catenary and tracks. Note at how the back lighting shows how unstraight the catenary really is.