Brrr....! The start of a morning commuter parade begins with a lengthy six car SEPTA Silverliner IV set traveling over the Delaware River bound for Philadelphia.
Just when you thought you've seen it all at Morrisville - An unusually long set of 6 Silverliner IV's make an early morning departure from Trenton heading South over the former PRR stone arch brid... (more)
Septa 295 passes through the morning sun at Wynewood PA on it's way to Center City.
Silverliner V set heads southbound through KALB.
A pair of new SEPTA Silverliner V's share the PRR built stone arch bridge with an Amtrak AEM-7 and consist.
I don't think this conductor approves of railfans taking photos, despite the fact I was safely behind the yellow line.
A morning SEPTA train passes the curve in Wynnewood PA on it's way to Center City.
A Silverliner 5 highballs through Lansdowne as the first rays of the day shine on the tracks. The PRR style sign for the station is prominently displayed.
Septa train 9563 heads west with six new Silverliner V M.U. cars. Septa has listed what lines these new cars would be using and what trains they'd be.
Septa Silverliner V 840 passes a Silverliner II two days before the retirement of all still running Silverliner II's and III's.
Septa's 'Great Valley Flyer' train heads west as it passes the Juniata Terminal's Pennsylvania observation car as the 'Pacific Express' returns to 30th Street Station.
Interiors of brand new SEPTA Silverliner V on display during the National Train Day celebration at Philadelphia 30th street station. This car still had the strong new car smell.
Septa Media/Elwyn Line train 3712 makes a station stop at the former PRR Lansdowne station.