SEPTA's "Great Valley Flyer" commuter express leans into the curve just shy of the station at Villanoa on Amtrak's ex-Pennsylvania Railroad's Keystone line.
An evening commuter express, led by one of SEPTA's new ACS-64's, sprints through Villanova, PA, ducking the 1915 erected Pennsylvania Railroad signal bridge
A late afternoon SEPTA express commuter train plies the former Pennsylvania Railroad's 4 track Keystone Line led by one of the transit agency's new "American Cities Sprinters". The Keystone Line ... (more)
Villanova Station - built in 1890 by the Pennsylvania Railroad, the station today is owned by Amtrak but serves only SEPTA commuter trains. The station is located within the campus of Villanova U... (more)
A westbound SEPTA push-pull commuter set led by one of the agencies venerable AEM-7's ducks under a surviving PRR signal bridge while en route to Villanova station and eventually Thorndale, PA.
A pair of GP30's as helpers are shoving on the rear of a westbound that originated in Philadelphia. CR2231 wears Conrail lettering instead of the usual CR initials that we would normally see on a... (more)
An inbound two-car train of Strafford cars meets an outbound Brill Bullet car on the Philadelphia & Western (SEPTA's Norristown High Speed Line) on a hot July day in 1981. The two-car Strafford se... (more)
A colorful SEPTA Strafford car in SEPTA's Bicentennial red, white and blue scheme is living out its final days in commute service; seen here grinding and whining on its way to Norristown. This Br... (more)
Septa MU's on the Harrisburg Line.
Westbound Keystone Service under classic PRR Position Lights on the Broad Way.
Keystone Service action on the ex-PRR "Main Line".