Over and under at Clifton-Aldan Station as still lettered Pennsylvania 269 sits on the bridge as 69th bound trolley passes beneath.
History Alive: The Shawmont depot was built in 1834 by the the Philadelphia, Germantown & Norristown Railroad (first railroad to build in Philadelphia) and is located in the Manyunk sectio... (more)
The Iconic Gravers Lane Station: Built in 1883, Gravers Station (located at 300 E. Gravers Lane) was built by the Philadelphia and Reading to directly compete with the PRR's nearby Chestnu... (more)
A Budd built former PRR Silverliner II arrives from 30th Street Station and makes a stop at Market East Station beneath the city of Brotherly Love. The station was built in 1984 and sits just und... (more)
"The Land of the Lost" Deep in the woods of SE Pennsylvania, surrounded all around by the hustle and bustle of suburbia, remnants of the Reading can be found, resting undisturbed for well ... (more)
In a photo I've wanted to capture for a while now, the Philadelphia skyline starts to glow in the sunset as a westbound approaches 56th Street Station on the Market-Frankford elevated line.
Septa train approaches 30th St Station over the Schuylkill River.
Septa commuter train 4009 gets switched to enter Elm Station in Norristown.
A late evening R8 train to Chestnut Hill arrives at 30th Street Station from Center City Philadelphia picking up weary workers looking forward to getting back home after a good days work.
"86 miles to NYC" Or, rather, 5 miles to Newtown, PA. This is what remains of SEPTA's R8 commuter line that was deactivated at Fox Chase where the catenary and electrification ended. Ori... (more)
The intersection of past and present. The SEPTA R8 line, formally the Reading Company, nee the Philadelphia and Newtown. There is hope for service to once again return on this line.
PCC streetcar heads eastbound on Girard Ave.
A Silverliner IV set files westbound toward the NTC Station late in the afternoon.
An underground trolley - who knew? Philadelphia's version of Seattle's underground bus, this LRV takes a dip below ground sharing a set of tunnels with the Market Frankford Elevated line in order... (more)
Dusk sets on Philadelphia's Market-Frankford elevated line.