A chartered Kawasaki car pulls into 69th Street Terminal for a Friends of Philadelphia Trolleys trip. The trip is for Winterfest, a gathering of volunteers from trolley museums all over the easter... (more)
SEPTA Media Line cars wait out the weekend near the 69th Street Terminal on a summer day in 1977. The two cars on the left and center are Brilliners and the cars on the right are Brill Master Unit... (more)
The Gulf Oil SEPTA scheme (named because of its similarity to the Gulf Oil sign) didn't last all that long. Back at the time I took this shot it actually seemed kind of dashing, but I was lost in ... (more)
This was the first of three (or maybe four) trips I would take to 69th Street in Upper Darby, where the oldest of interurban style trolley cars were still running. This "St. Louie" looks... (more)
The shop for the Market-Frankford Subway-Elevated is quiet on New Year's Eve as cars wait out the long weekend.
A Roger Puta photograph
The 69th Street shop is full of cars off the Market-Frankford Subway-Elevated on a Saturday night, resting for the weekend. Come Monday morning they will be dispatched back onto the line.
Septa wrapped LRV for the 100th Anniversary of service to Media,PA
A Brilliner pulls into the Drexel Hill station at the junction of the Sharon Hill and Media Lines outside Philadelphia. I would ride this car back to 69th Street on a teenage railfan adventure.
On one of my first railfanning trips traveling completely by myself, I explored the former Red Arrow Lines west of Philadelphia, including a stop at Drexell Hill where I was lucky enough to catch ... (more)
Philadelphia Suburban Transportation Company #80 at 69th Street Terminal