Engine, engine number 9...Amtrak Pennsylvanian down to 4 cars cruises westbound on the Keystone Corridor out of Paoli Station by the tower.
The Amtrak #43 Pennsylvanian banks hard westbound away from Septa's Malvern Station on a beautiful afternoon.
P42 departs westbound out of Paoli Station with the Pennsylvanian.
P42 in charge of Amtrak Pennsylvanian kicks up fallen leaves while blowing westbound through Wynnewood.
P42 in need of some cosmetic attention kicks up the autumn leaves after racing westbound under the ex PRR signal bridge and by Septa's Narberth Station in the background.
P42 glides westbound through Septa's Narberth Station with Amtrak Pennsylvanian train.
The westbound Pennsylvanian makes a station stop at Greensburg.
P42 rolls westbound under the Pennsy signal bridge with the 5 coaches making up today's edition of The Pennsylvanian, approaching Paoli Station.
Engine number 1 blows westbound through Whitford Station on the Keystone Corridor with the Pennsylvanian coaches under the massive PRR truss bridge.
AEM-7 945 leads a Pittsburgh bound train through New Brunswick Station on the Northeast Corridor. The 945 was cut-off at Philadelphia, while P42 97 was added to the rear-end to pull the train to ... (more)
P42 97 begins pulling the Amtrak Pennsylvanian westbound out of Paoli Station on the sunny Keystone Corridor.
The Pennsylvanian kicks up a few autumn leaves on its westbound trip through Shafton.
Amtrak's Pennsylvanian follows in the tracks of the E8's excursion train about 18 minutes later.
Amtrak 43, the Pennsylvanian, streaks westward over the Juniata River near Mount Union on Columbus Day. Note the highway below, the rerouted US 522 around downtown.