A northbound Northeast Corridor train crosses the western shoreline of the Susquehanna River at Havre de Grace, Maryland.
A northbound Northeast Corridor train is dwarfed by the southernmost crossing of the Susquehanna River at Perryville, Maryland. Less than a mile from here, the Susquehanna opens into the Chesapeak... (more)
A southbound Northeast Corridor train rolls through the Kingsessing section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The AEM7 is pulling its seven car consist under the Baltimore & Ohio’s Philadelphia line.... (more)
Merry Christmas, from the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania- the recently retired 915 and the PRR 4800 ("Old Rivets") are being pelted with the first snow of the season.
Over-and-under at Norristown, in a posed photo of SEPTA's relatively new AEM-7 No. 2307 (built 1987) and an N5 interurban car (built 1991.) The occasion was a Philadelphia Chapter NRHS fantrip.
AMTK 915 joined its predecessors in Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
One by one, all of SEPTA's AEM-7's cycle their way through the caverns of the subterranean Suburban Station in the... or rather, under the heart of Philadelphia. Aside from the fabulous facade ab... (more)
SEPTA's AEM-7 No. 2306 leads a late evening express west bound along the Keystone Corridor through Ardmore, PA
A SEPTA late evening express led by AEM-7 No. 2301 catches the last light of day en route to Bethayres Station along the West Trenton Line.
A SEPTA push pull set led by AEM-7 No. 2303 rounds the elevated curve just ahead of Narberth Station along Amtrak's Keystone route.
A SEPTA AEM-7 led push-pull set leads an express through Prospect Park, PA
A late evening SEPTA push-pull commuter set departs Langhorne Station destined, first for Woodbourne and Yardley, PA before arriving at its terminus in West Trenton. Passengers access both east a... (more)
SEPTA's AEM-7 No. 2303 leads an afternoon express around the bend on an elevated curve through Narberth, PA.
One of seven operating AEM-7's, all owned by SEPTA, pushes an evening commuter train eastbound through Huntingdon Valley, PA towards Forest Hills and eventually, Ewing, NJ, aka; "West Trenton".