A late evening SEPTA push/pull commuter set, led by AEM-7 No. 2301, arrives at Malvern.
A SEPTA AEM-7 led push-pull commuter, led by No. 2301, barrels down the former PRR mainline ducking the old signal bridge in Ardmore, PA.
Running a few minutes late and with its K5LA screaming, engineer John Foulds eases SEPTA AEM-7 2301 into Malvern with train 1565 full of commuters heading home after work.
SEPTA AEM-7 No. 2301 prepares to depart Bethayers station in Huntingdon Valley, PA, along the West Trenton Line. The station to the far left was built in 1876 by the Reading Railroad and remains i... (more)
One by one, all of SEPTA's AEM-7's cycle their way through the caverns of the subterranean Suburban Station in the... or rather, under the heart of Philadelphia. Aside from the fabulous facade ab... (more)
A SEPTA late evening express led by AEM-7 No. 2301 catches the last light of day en route to Bethayers Station along the West Trenton Line.
Led by one of seven surviving AEM-7's, a late afternoon push pull express rounds the bend and passes through Radnor, PA en route to Paoli and points west.
An AEM-7 led SEPTA commuter train rounds the elevated curve in Claymont, DE on the NEC as it prepares for a station stop.
A SEPTA AEM7 pushes a train across the Delaware River at Yardley, Pa. Just ahead is the last stop on the line at West Trenton, N.J.
With Amtrak retiring their fleet of AEM-7s, the only place in the Philadelphia area to see the old workhorses is on SEPTA. Here, after making a station stop at the Neshaminy Falls station, SEPTA #... (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)