The ACMU 1100's, built by Pullman Standard b/t 63 and 65, lack a fireman's side window and ditch lights, the later restricting them from operating above N. White Plains. The 87 ACMU 1100's are to... (more)
These ACMU 1100's are unique amoung operating American MU railcars in that they have standard AAR couplers and MU jumper cables. They are also all single units and retain their door traps despite... (more)
Looking down the center of the the 7:44AM deadhead express to White Plains. The crew was nice enough to leave both end and side doors open on these NYC vintage cars.
PRR amber position light signals guarding the northern entrance to CP-TOME. These are mounted on a former catenary gantry that has been jury rigged to handle signals. Trains off the CS can diver... (more)
Traditional PRR amber position light signal guarding the southern entrance to CP-TOME on a catenary pole.
The 10RB pot signal stands forelornely never to see another train as the track it governed was cut when Paoli Yard was closed due to massive PCB contamination. It stands at STOP until the bulbs d... (more)
PAOLI has seen a number of changes since it was built in 1896. It's mechanical machine was replaced with a Model-14, it's Bay window was replaced by a sheet of plywood and it looks like something... (more)
#283 is back from turning at Frazier yard and runs inbound past PAOLI tower.
Train of SEPTA Silverliners takes down the signal at PAOLI
River Line LRV on the first day of service at the Rand Transportation Center
The first revenue trains of the South Jersey Light Rail lay over at the Trenton Terminal after completing their runs from Camden.
R7 train lays over b4 returning to Philly