A Brill Bullet crosses the Philadelphia and Western bridge over the Schuylkill River. Mitch Goldman recently posted a contemporary view of this bridge.
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)
The World's first ever streamlined bullet train! Not just some odd looking trolly that once ran at SEPTA, but rather, the Philadelphia and Western Railroad's attempt in the early 1930'... (more)
Another inbound run on an already muggy, Philly style morning. At the time, 203 was among the few Bullets, which had yet to surrender their original square corner wind shields, in favor of the mor... (more)
Her traction motor gearing growling, 1931 vintage Brill Bullet 203 rolls through Hughes Park on her way inbound to 69th Street. She's preserved today at the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkpo... (more)
This speedy bullet sits outside the trolley museum with a LV caboose in the background as the day's storms start to clear up...