An employee checks things out as Amtrak AEM-7 917 leads an eastbound Northeast Corridor train from Washington into the station at New Haven, CT, where the boxy electric will be replaced by an F40 ... (more)
SEPTA's "Great Valley Flyer" commuter express leans into the curve just shy of the station at Villanoa on Amtrak's ex-Pennsylvania Railroad's Keystone line.
A venerable AEM-7 leads a SEPTA push-pull commuter express into Strafford Station on SEPTA's Paoli/Thorndale line, aka; the Keystone Line.
A small spot of morning sunlight opens on MARC AEM7 4903 as it departs Bowie, Maryland with a Washington-bound train.
A Washington-bound MARC train passes the boarded-up tower at Bowie, Maryland.
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)
Westbound Amtrak train passes through Rahway.
A Northeast Regional enters Washington Terminal coming around the curve under New York Avenue.
A SEPTA express commuter train takes the reigns where the once mighty Pennsylvania Railroad (and both Penn Central and Contail) left off, pushing a set of Bombardier Comet II's east through a maze... (more)
SEPTA's AEM-7's, No. 2302, leads the last of three evening push-pull commuter express sets into Overbrook station in the western suburbs of Philadelphia. SEPTA staggers their express trains, each... (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)
SEPTA AEM-7 2306 pulls into Devon, PA
Portrait shot of SEPTA's AEM-7 No. 2306 at Strafford Station.
The last of SEPTA's AEM-7 led push-pull sets makes its way to Thorndale, PA. Thorndale is the terminus of all SEPTA operations along the former PRR, now Amtrak Keystone Corridor. Just ahead is &... (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)