On a foggy morning, a pair of Penn Central E44 electrics lead an eastbound freight through Earnest Yard at Norristown, PA. Those open auto racks wouldn't be around much longer as vandalism was on ... (more)
Blue Mountain & Reading’s former Reading 4-8-4 2102 crosses the Schuylkill River from Bridgeport to Norristown, Pennsylvania. The bold lettering on the tender pays homage to the bicentennial of th... (more)
Former Reading 4-8-4 2102 rolls past the station area in Norristown, Pennsylvania. The Northern is leading a Temple – Philadelphia Blue Mountain & Reading shoppers special. Passengers changed trai... (more)
Snaking across while ducking down. Norfolk Southern's Conrail Heritage Unit 8098 (ES44AC) leads 20Q across the interlocking under wire at CP Ford in Norristown, PA on Saturday, May 25, 2019. SEPTA... (more)
Doubleheaded Penn Central GG1s lead autoracks eastbound through Earnest Yard in Norristown, PA, on a misty spring day.
Two of the Reading's ten Alco Century 424s lead a Philadelphia-bound piggyback train through Abrams Yard outside Norristown, PA.
Over-and-under at Norristown, in a posed photo of SEPTA's relatively new AEM-7 No. 2307 (built 1987) and an N5 interurban car (built 1991.) The occasion was a Philadelphia Chapter NRHS fantrip.
Regular SEPTA R6 commuters are awed by the 425 bringing in a load of shoppers from South Hamburg on a Friday-after-Thanksgiving excursion. Note the Blue Mountain & Reading's RDC cars being used a... (more)
A SEPTA N-5 car crosses the swollen Schuylkill River between Bridgeport and Norristown on the Norristown High Speed Line (Philadelphia & Western).
SEPTA Silverliner IV 146 rounds the bend approaching the Norristown Transportation Center from Main Street Station on the former Reading Stony Creek branch. The fireman’s side window displays the ... (more)
In the holiday season of 1985, the Blue Mountain & Reading Railroad ran several “shoppers special” steam excursions from Hamburg and Temple to Philadelphia. The BM&R equipment operated over Conrai... (more)
The Friends of Philadelphia Trolleys annual New Year's Eve charter sits at the Norristown Transportation Center before returning back to 69th Street in Upper Darby.
The unique "GoRail" unit leads stack train 24K as it diverges from the SEPTA Norristown commuter line back to NS rails.
The Southern heritage unit leads stack train 20Q under the wires on ex Reading RR track - now a SEPTA commuter line
The PRR heritage unit leads train 14G under the wires in SEPTA commuter territory