Waiting for a Reading Camelback...
Would you believe, perhaps instead, the next outbound RDC?
A couple brave the cold and walk along the former right of way of Reading Company's Newtown line, seen in this image captured at Southampton, PA. The station, to the left, was built in 1892, the ... (more)
A Blue Mountain & Reading Temple, Pennsylvania – Philadelphia excursion has turned at West Falls. and is now accelerating through the curve at Belmont. Reading 4-8-4 2102 looks right at home in th... (more)
Getting to stretch its legs on a Temple, Pennsylvania – Philadelphia excursion, Reading 4-8-4 2102 is backing its train across the Schuylkill River in the West Falls section of Philadelphia. The b... (more)
Reading's Bryn Athyn Station - in the snow
Built by the Reading Railroad in 1902, this station sits near the Pennypack Creek in Bryn Athyn and was part of Reading Company's Newtown Branch... (more)
Hopewell Station - track side:>
Built in 1876 by the Delaware and Bound Brook Railroad as part of the planned National Railway route between New York City and Washington, D.C.. The station was ... (more)
Pennington Station in the snow:
The first tracks in Pennington were completed in 1873, providing service to the Mercer and Somerset rail line but by 1876, the Delaware and Brook Bound li... (more)
SEPTA's former Reading Company Willow Grove station, built in 1939.
Reading's Bryn Athyn Station
Built by the Reading Railroad in 1902, this station sits near the Pennypack Creek in Bryn Athyn and was part of Reading Company's Newtown Branch. It later se... (more)
Reading's Churchville Station
This is the Reading Company's Churchville Station - built in 1892. Today, it serves as a private residence.. The original train station was constructed on ... (more)
Rails to Trails - coming soon!Southampton, 7.5 miles ↑
An old Reading Company signal mast stands guard protecting the ROW Reading Company's Newtown Branch.
Reading Company's Churchville freight station did not share the good fortune granted the restored station seen just to the east. The spur came in from the west, bottom right while another spur on... (more)
I'm still standing... after all these years!
This is Reading Company's Churchville Station built in 1892 on what was then the line's "New Hope Branch". The station has a surviving... (more)
Newtown, PA - roughly 8 miles, that way →
Reading Company's historic 1892 built station sits idle as a rails to trail project progresses linking the former Reading Company's Newtown... (more)
And... it's goneThe roadbed, not the station...
The next phase of a project to convert the former Reading /SEPTA Newtown branch has been completed, with the rails, and now ties... (more)