RailPictures.Net Photo: SPAX 2301 SEPTA ASEA AEM-7 at West Trenton, New Jersey by Gerald Oliveto
 
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ASEA AEM-7 (more..)
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West Trenton, New Jersey, USA (more..)
March 05, 2009
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SPAX 2301 (more..)
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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 during 2008 and still sport their black NJ Transit window bands. Originally purchased for the Erie Lackawanna Railroad by the State of NJ in 1971, the coaches are seen here on former Reading rails thirty-eight years later. This set spent the morning in the West Trenton Yard for crew training before returning back to Pennsylvania.
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