A GE Silverliner IV pulls up to the former Reading Station in Ewing, NJ (aka: West Trenton) to board passengers the journey East to into Pennsylvania bound for Philadelphia's 30th Street Station.
A SEPTA push-pull commuter train led by AEM-7 No. 2307 makes a late afternoon arrival in Malvern, PA. A surviving PRR station built in 1900 (seen Railroad: SEPTALocomotive: ASEA AEM-7Location: Malvern, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: SPAX 2307Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: May 11, 2018
SEPTA's ALP-44 No. 2308 makes an appearance at rush hour pushing a set of Bombardier cars, one with an Eagles banner, from 30th Street Station over the PRR built viaduct and into the Center City C... (more)
SEPTA's lone ALP-44 No. 2308 with a push/pull set pushes east out of Somerton in northeast Philadelphia bound for West Trenton, via Trevose, Langhorne, Woodbourne, and Yardley.
SEPTA Silverliner IV's meet a set of Silverliner V's under the massive, abandoned former PRR bridge by Whitford Station in Pennsylvania. The bridge was built in 1906 for the PRR and is a pin-conn... (more)
SEPTA's lone ALP-44 pushes a set of Horizon cars east through Woodbourne station in Langhorne, PA. The unit was received as part of a damage settlement for a lawsuit stemming from the late deliver... (more)
SEPTA AEM-7 No. 2301 prepares to depart Bethayres station in Huntingdon Valley, PA, along the West Trenton Line. The station to the far left was built in 1876 by the Reading Railroad and remains i... (more)
Septa 9561 The Great Valley Flyer rocket's through Ardmore Station with the Great John Foulds at the control's, enroute to Paoli for it's first stop after leaving the City, this Train is SEPTA Fas... (more)
Wrapped for the Philadelphia 76ers
Won't be long before it runs it's last train with the new engines coming in service soon.
A late evening SEPTA push-pull prepares to depart Langhorne Station, bound for Woodbourne, Yardley, and eventually, West Trenton by nightfall.
An evening SEPTA push-pull set rounds a bend in Wayne, PA on a beautiful Fall day in November.