Two SEPTA Kawasaki LRV's meet at the entrance of the 40th Street Portal - a tunnel that leads from West Philadelphia to 30th Street Station with 3 subway station stops between.
A SEPTA LRV (built by Kawasaki in 1980) exits the 40th Street Portal and arrives at the trolly stop in South Philadelphia, PA.
The story of the SEPTA LRV'sThese robust cars hold up ... (more)
PCC meets it's modern day equivalent; the LRV (Light Rail Vehicle).
The rebuilt 1947 era St. Louis Car Company PCC (now a PCC-II seen here to the left painted in nostalgic PTC (Philadelphia Tr... (more)
SEPTA PCC-II #2323, built in 1947 by the St. Louis Car Company, refurbished by Brookville Equipment Company, receives some attention at SEPTA's Elmwood facility.
Essentially, the PCC II is a com... (more)
In November 1984, passengers are preparing to board a southbound Amtrak train on track 4 at Philadelphia's 30th Street Station. This train is a New York to Washington express.
SEPTA PCC-2 #2324 returns to the loop at the 40th Street Portal on a brisk Winter day in February.
Under a web of catenary, a SEPTA PCC-2 exits the Mount Moriah Loop and proceeds down Kingsessing Ave bound for Center City Philadelphia.
Caught between a (wash) rack and a hard place - and still, room to spare! SEPTA PCC #2324 rounds Mount Moriah Loop in Philadelphia.
The last rays of light from a warm and sunny day in Philadelphia blanket CSX K046-10 and the city skyline in the background as the train heads to Philadelphia Energy Solutions to unload.
K046 creeps across the High Line on a hot evening with Union Pacific AC's and two excellent idlers.
You'll usually only find Kawasaki streetcars operating on SEPTA's Route 36 on Elmwood Avenue, but a PCC-2 makes a rare appearance on the line. The unusual move was part of Super Saturday Streetcar... (more)
A SEPTA PCC-2 is operating on "diversion trackage" (trackage that is only used when the Center City Tunnel is closed) on 40th Street as it crests the hill on the bridge over Amtrak's Har... (more)
A freshly painted SD70MAC leads Q703 across the High Line.