9553 heads out of Bryn Mawr with an AEM7 leading.
SEPTA's AEM-7 No. 2301 makes a late evening appearance in Bridesburg located in the northeast part of Philadelphia with a push-pull set bound for Trenton, NJ.
A venerable AEM-7 leads a SEPTA push-pull commuter express into Strafford Station on SEPTA's Paoli/Thorndale line, aka; the Keystone Line.
Due to work on the Northeast Corridor south pf Philadelphia, the normal AEM-7 and trainset that usually goes to Newark, DE has been put back on the Northeast Corridor to Trenton, NJ. Train #9745 u... (more)
Despite the arrival of 13 of 15 Siemens ACS-64 "American Cities Sprinters", at least 4 of SEPTA's 7 AEM-7's are still plying the rails in late July of 2018. Two typically run on Amtrak'... (more)
An afternoon Amtrak Keystone, led by ACS-64 No. 618, sprints west passing the 1860 built former PRR station in Overbrook. Today, the station serves SEPTA commuter trains, though, it had served Amt... (more)
SEPTA's "Great Valley Flyer" led by AEM-7 No. 2301 is seen here captured from beneath the 1935 built bridge that carries US Route 1. The 1915 era PRR catenary supports can be seen in th... (more)
SEPTA's "Great Valley Flyer" races past Bryn Mawr tower and a surviving PRR signal position light while en route to Paoli, PA and eventually Thorndale. The pantograph of a second AEM-7 can be see... (more)
A late afternoon SEPTA push/pull express commuter set led by AEM-7 No. 2301 races past Devon Station in Pennsylvania. Commuters know this section of Amtrak's Keystone line, former PRR, as SEPTA's... (more)
Passengers anxiously await the departure of their AEM-7 pushed commuter train at Bethayres station along SEPTA's West Trenton Line, former Reading Company. First one to their car has the least am... (more)
"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)
A late evening SEPTA push/pull commuter set, led by AEM-7 No. 2301, arrives at Malvern.
A SEPTA AEM-7 led push-pull commuter, led by No. 2301, barrels down the former PRR mainline ducking the old signal bridge in Ardmore, PA.
Running a few minutes late and with its K5LA screaming, engineer John Foulds eases SEPTA AEM-7 2301 into Malvern with train 1565 full of commuters heading home after work.
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)