The Market. As part of its annual "Trolley Tunnel Blitz", SEPTA operated over its diversion trackage for 2 weeks in July, 2021. These tracks are normally only used for non-revenue... (more)
PCC-IIs 2322 is on Route 15 crossing Haverford Avenue on Girard Avenue on the evening of Friday, January 24, 2020. SEPTA has announced that this is the last day for trolleys and it will operate bu... (more)
PCC-II 2324 approaches Merion Avenue on Route 15 on W Girard Avenue on the afternoon of Friday, January 24, 2020. West Philadelphia native Will Smith holds a solemn pose for the occasion. SEPTA ha... (more)
With less than a week before Septa's PCC trolleys go away on Hiatus for route construction, I headed down to the City of Brotherly Love for a glimpse at living history. Here, Car 2322 heads down t... (more)
On Sunday, January 19, 2020, a vintage bus (1956 GM TDH 3714) was brought down and posed along side the PCC-IIs in a few places. Does the bus look old? It's actually younger than the trolley, alth... (more)
PCC-IIs 2337 passes 2331 on Girard Avenue near 63 Street on the Route 15 on the afternoon of Friday, January 24, 2020. SEPTA has announced that this is the last day for trolleys and it will operat... (more)
PCC-IIs 2325 and 2331 approach 12 Street on West Girard Avenue on the Route 15 on the afternoon of Friday, January 24, 2020. SEPTA has announced that this is the last day for trolleys and it will ... (more)
On the morning on Sunday, January 19, 2020, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) PCC-II 2337 passes the “Welcome To Fishtown” mural on Frankford Avenue near East Wildey Stree... (more)
In the autumn of their years. Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) PCC-II was operating on the Route 15 as it swings onto Haverford Avenue approaching the the loop to head ba... (more)
As the sun sets, a Market Frankford Line train makes a stop at Huntingdon Station.
As SEPTA's PCC IIs continue to ply the Route 15, photographers continue to capture them in one of the few urban environments in Philadelphia that still see streetcar service. Waiting for the car a... (more)
A PCC-2 makes a rare appearance on Baltimore Avenue on Route 34 as a Kawasaki car approaches from behind. The PCC-2 is here on a fantrip sponsored by Friends of Philadelphia Trolleys.
A PCC-2 makes a rare appearance on SEPTA's "diversion trackage" (surface trackage used only when the Center City Tunnel is closed for maintenance on weekend nights) during a charter spon... (more)
Two Norristown High Speed Line trains have just passed each other at the power station located just west of the Beechwood-Brookline station.
A rapid transit train leaves Center City Philadelphia on the Market Street portion of the Market-Frankford Subway-Elevated line.