Catching a glint of sunshine just before sunset, AMTK No. 630 leads an eastbound Keystone around the bend through Narberth, Pennsylvania.
A westbound Amtrak Keystone rounds the tight bend through Narberth, PA, ducking the Narberth Avenue bridge that was built back in 1902. The bridge, rehabilitated in 1947 is currently, a year past... (more)
A SEPTA commuter train from Philadelphia arrives at Narberth, PA, bound for Thorndale along Amtrak's Keystone Corridor, former PRR mainline to Harrisburg and points west.
A westbound Amtrak Keystone rounds the tight bend through Narberth, PA.
This stretch of track, originally laid by the West Philadelphia Railroad in 1835, is the tail end of a horseshoe curve t... (more)
AMTK No. 657 leads a westbound Keystone around the bend at Narberth, PA catching the last rays of light on a crisp Fall day.
A westbound SEPTA commuter train arrives at Narberth station.
Amtrak ACS-64 No. 657 leads a westbound Keystone around the bend at Narberth, PA rustling up some leaves along the way.
Out of the great curve between Merion and Narberth stations on Pennsy's electrified Main Line west of Philadelphia, symbol freight P-9, a Camden, NJ to Enola, PA run, is led by E-44 electrics 4442... (more)
SEPTA's "Great Valley Flyer" leans into an elevated curve on the express track just shy of Narberth, PA, bound for Paoli and points west.
SEPTA ACS-64 No. 903 rounds the super-elevated curve just east of Narberth station with a set of Bombardier Comet II commuter cars. No. 903 is the 3rd of 15 "American Cites Sprinters" t... (more)
A SEPTA push pull set led by AEM-7 No. 2303 rounds the elevated curve just ahead of Narberth Station along Amtrak's Keystone route.
SEPTA's AEM-7 No. 2303 leads an afternoon express around the bend on an elevated curve through Narberth, PA.
A set of four SEPTA Silverliner IV's round the elevated curve on the approach to Narberth Station ahead of the evening rush.
A west bound push-pull commuter set led by one of seven SEPTA AEM-7's rolls into Narberth Station along Amtrak's Keystone line, former PRR.