Three GE Silverliner IV's duck the PRR built catenary on a approach to Levittown, PA. Two hundred and thirty two Silverliner IV's were built between 1973 and 1976 making them the most prevalent s... (more)
Super Elevation Looking all the part of a promotional image from SEPTA, a married pair of GE Silverliner IV's pause for a shot on the super elevated curve at the station in Claymont, DE.
A set of 3 paired Silverliner IV's makes a stop at Bristol, PA, en route for Philadelphia on a cool Winter's day in February. The set originated at Trenton, NJ.
The Septa R5 Lansdale Express crosses over at Paoli Tower on a early summer morning in 1995.
A lone SEPTA ABB N-5 car prepares for a departure from the Norristown Transportation Center in Norristown, PA with Philadelphia as it's destination. Below, an alternate routing can be had by eit... (more)
The Norristown "High Speed Line". SEPTA's N-5 car #140 speeds across the former P&W bride captured at 1/8th of a second in a pan shot.
A lone SEPTA ABB N-5 car arrives at Bridgeport, PA, first stop after Norristown, PA (background) just over the Schuylkill River.
A lone SEPTA ABB N-5 car traverses the former Philadelphia & Western bridge over the Schuylkill River headed south from Norristown, PA towards Philadelphia.
A Brill Bullet crosses the Philadelphia and Western bridge over the Schuylkill River. Mitch Goldman recently posted a contemporary view of this bridge.
An ABB N-5 car runs solo on SEPTA's Norristown High Speed Line captured here at Gulf Mills, PA. SEPTA inherited this original Philadelphia and Western Railroad line from it's current owner, the R... (more)
The Red Arrow "Liberty Liner" reaches the end of the line at Cromwell, PA after a short excursion from the Rockhill Trolley Museum located in Rockhill Furnace, PA, adjacent to EBT. The ... (more)
The last pure PCC on the SEPTA roster was work car 2194, seen here with a PCC-II on a fan trip sponsored by the Friends of Philadelphia Trolleys.
Getting ready to make a stop at Springfield Road on the way to Media
Here about six years after the Rockhill Trolley Museum acquired her is the SEPTA Liberty Liner "Independence Hall." One half of the magnificent Chicago, North Shore & Milwaukee fleet of Electrolin... (more)