An Amtrak Keystone train whispers past Bryn Mawr station while a SEPTA commuter gazes west anxious for his "Paoli/Thorndale" SEPTA train to take him east into downtown Philadelphia.
A late afternoon SEPTA push-pull set departs Bryn Mawr station passing the 1915 Pennsylvania Railroad built "Bryn Mawr" Tower. Unfortunately, the tower ceased operation in 1994 due to a ... (more)
Two SEPTA AEM-7 led push-pull sets meet at Bryn Mawr as train number 9561, an express known as "The Great Valley Flyer" overtakes train number 9559 which had paused for a station stop. ... (more)
A late afternoon SEPTA push-pull set arrives at Bryn Mawr station. To the left is Bryn Mawr Tower, which was built in 1915 and is typical of the PRR with its bay window, brick base, cream wooden ... (more)
"The Great Valley Flyer" highballs past a waiting Silverliner IV at Bryn Mawr interlocking. It's 5:30 p.m., and the next stop will be 10 miles west, in Paoli.
"Toasters on the Keystone Corridor"
With the arrival of the newly acquired ACS-64 locomotives by Septa this year, time is ticking to see the last of the AEM-7s in servi... (more)
Won't be long before it runs it's last train with the new engines coming in service soon.
Fall in Bryn Mawr: A Silverliner V set on Paoli/Thorndale Line Train 529 departs Bryn Mawr Station against a backdrop of fall foliage and the shuttered Bryn Mawr Tower.
Towering Over Bryn Mawr: Although inactive, Bryn Mawr Tower still dominates the scene at Bryn Mawr Station on the Paoli/Thorndale Line. Here, the tower is seen on Friday, November 10, 201... (more)
SEPTA AEM-7 No. 2303 leads a westbound push-pull set into Bryn Mawr station on a sunny September day.
The first of several Push Pull Express trains led by one of Amtrak's iconic AEM-7's arrives at Bryn Mawr Station early one Summer afternoon in August.
Amtrak Keystone Service train 651 rolls westbound through Bryn Mawr with AEM-7 916 leading in the early evening.
Septa train 9563 heads west with six new Silverliner V M.U. cars. Septa has listed what lines these new cars would be using and what trains they'd be.
Septa's 'Great Valley Flyer' train heads west as it passes the Juniata Terminal's Pennsylvania observation car as the 'Pacific Express' returns to 30th Street Station.
SPAX, SPAX, SPAX, SPAX, lovely SPAX, wonderful SPAX! The new SEPTA Silverliner V's are out and about, seen here is a set of six, on the Paoli line West of Philadelphia, PA.