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 ... (more)
Led by one of seven surviving AEM-7's, a late afternoon push pull express rounds the bend and passes through Radnor, PA en route to Paoli and points west.
Another inbound run on an already muggy, Philly style morning. At the time, 203 was among the few Bullets, which had yet to surrender their original square corner wind shields, in favor of the mor... (more)
The four track Philadelphia "Mainline" when it was still Pennsylvania Railroad and tuscan red heavyweight emu's.
These high-speed cars are standard power on Septa's Route 100 Norristown line, a rare third-rail interurban.