Woodbourne station is a railfan hot spot located in Langhorne, PA, along the former Reading right of way. Today, the line is hosted by both SEPTA commuter trains and CSX freight trains.
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An Amtrak Cities Sprinter sqints at the Sun as it rounds the bend just shy of Cornwells Heights station.
An early morning NJT commuter train ducks the former PRR signal bridge just shy of Editon station as the first glint of light hits the top of the catenary tower.
Grand Canyon Railway's Alco designed Montreal Locomotive Works FPA-4 No. 6793 and B unit, No. 6860 sit outside the depot at WIliams, AZ after a day's excursion. Both are former Canadian National ... (more)
For those who are fans of F40PH's; Ex-Amtrak FP40PH No. 295 is seen here with a water tank awaiting her call to duty. No. 295 retained her number but got decked out in the Grand Canyon Railway's ... (more)
Grand Canyon Railway's beautifully liveried MILW FPA's - both an FPA-4 unit and an FPB-4 unit, pull a matching consist through Willaha, AZ, on the railroad's regular excursion, passing the railroa... (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 CSX freight train plies west along the former Reading towards the yard at Woodbourne. The track is reserved for CSX in both directions while the tracks to the left are for the SEPTA commuter ag... (more)
A venerable AEM-7 leads a SEPTA push-pull commuter express into Strafford Station on SEPTA's Paoli/Thorndale line, aka; the Keystone Line.
Catching the last rays of sun at Woodbourne, a SEPTA push-pull express heads east en route to Yardely, PA, and finally, West Trenton, NJ.
An Amtrak Keystone overtakes a SEPTA commuter train at Devon Station.
A SEPTA commuter train ducks the Church Street bridge en route to the station at Ardmore, PA. Railfans no doubt stare in wonder and disbelief as the train approaches what from a distance seems li... (more)
An Amtrak Regional Express races north, ducking the 90 mph speed markers, bound for Trenton, NJ.
A late afternoon Amtrak Regional Express winds its way though the s-curve just shy of the station at Darby, PA, some 6 miles south of Philadelphia.
An evening commuter express, led by one of SEPTA's new ACS-64's, sprints through Villanova, PA, ducking the 1915 erected Pennsylvania Railroad signal bridge