SEPTA's Norwood station, built by the PRR along the NEC sometime after 1951, replacing the original 2 story 1875 built Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Railroad depot (seen Railroad: Pennsylvania RailroadLocomotive: DepotLocation: Norwood, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: UnknownTrain ID: UnknownPhoto Date: April 30, 2019
Built in 1893 by the Reading Company, this passenger terminal and company headquarters is located in the heart of downtown Philadelphia at the corner of 12th and Market S... (more)
The next RDC is running a bit late... the last one departed Churchville, bound for Philadelphia, 38 years ago.
Reading Company's 1892 built survivor - located in Churchville, PA. This station, which once saw Reading Camelback steam locomotives, was last in service under the SEPTA commuter agency in 1983. ... (more)
The remains of an old 1892 built Reading Company freight house await one last box car which will never arrive, the station, one last RDC, which also will never show. Rails to trails advocates, ho... (more)
Reading Company's Southampton Station - built in 1872, captured here in 2021, the tracks and ballast only recently removed, in preparation for a rails-to-trails project opening as early as this Su... (more)
Southampton's 1892 built Reading Company station - in the snow, and even more impressive, still standing in 2021.
Hard to believe you could once watch Reading Camelback's pass by, and up and u... (more)
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)
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)
New Brunswick Station - track side view of the historic 1903 built station.
New Brunswick Station
Train service to New Brunswick was begun by the New Jersey Railroad, northbound in 1838 and southbound in 1839. Its successor, the Pennsylvania Railroad built this s... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad's Princeton Station
Pennsylvania Railroad's 1918 built station located within the campus of Princeton University in (almost) the heart of downtown Princeton, ... (more)