The next RDC is running a bit late... the last one departed Churchville, bound for Philadelphia, 38 years ago.
Reading Company's 1892 built survivor - located in Churchville, PA. This station, which once saw Reading Camelback steam locomotives, was last in service under the SEPTA commuter agency in 1983. ... (more)
The remains of an old 1892 built Reading Company freight house await one last box car which will never arrive, the station, one last RDC, which also will never show. Rails to trails advocates, ho... (more)
Reading's Churchville Station
This is the Reading Company's Churchville Station - built in 1892. Today, it serves as a private residence.. The original train station was constructed on ... (more)
Rails to Trails - coming soon!Southampton, 7.5 miles ↑
An old Reading Company signal mast stands guard protecting the ROW Reading Company's Newtown Branch.
Reading Company's Churchville freight station did not share the good fortune granted the restored station seen just to the east. The spur came in from the west, bottom right while another spur on... (more)
I'm still standing... after all these years!
This is Reading Company's Churchville Station built in 1892 on what was then the line's "New Hope Branch". The station has a surviving... (more)
A former section of the Reading Company's Newtown Line makes a "Bee LIne" for Churchville, PA - or, man builds, nature reclaims. Sure wish I had taken the opportunity to ride this incre... (more)
Coolest house on the block! SEPTA's former Reading station in Churchville, PA has been leased out to a family who now calls the dormant station their home. No trains come by today, but there are... (more)
Once the land of Reading Camelbacks and at one time, a proposed route from Philadelphia to New York, SEPTA's ex-Reading line to Newtown sits dormant awaiting fate.
Both the Churchville station ... (more)
Churchville Station. This station was built by the Reading Company in 1892 and is an identical twin to the still standing ... (more)
85 miles to New York City. Let me tell you about a line called the SEPTA R8, the line that almost became a main lin... (more)