RailPictures.Net Photo: SPAX 2306 SEPTA ASEA AEM-7 at Radnor, Pennsylvania by Mitch Goldman
 
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ASEA AEM-7 (more..)
Radnor Station (more..)
Radnor, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
August 30, 2017
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SPAX 2306 (more..)
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Mitch Goldman (more..)
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A SEPTA led AEM-7 push-pull train arrives at Radnor Station located along the Keystone route. The station, today shrouded by trees, was built way back in 1872 and is similar in design to that of a station just east in Wynnewood, PA. The scene offers what is a typical challenge for most photographers along the Keystone line - jutting catenary poles, often difficult to works with shadows, a fence between the east and west bound ROW and a station obscured by trees or placement difficult to frame into the shot.
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Both SEPTA and Amtrak trains along the former Pennsylvania Railroad's Keystone Route between Philadelphia and Harrisburg, PA.
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