BNSF Warbonnet leads CSX oil train K044 west on 2.
CSX K534 eases west behind Soo Line GP38-2.
A pair of ES44AH's bring a late Q191 across the High Line.
Reading Railroad Alco FA-1 #303A and RS-3 #519 doing pusher service on an eastbound iron ore train. As was the practice with most of the first-generation road diesels, Reading's FA's became candi... (more)
Amtrak ACS-64 600 is the first to be put into revenue service. The engine heads out of Philadelphia on it's inaugural train, Lynchburg Regional 171.
An SD75M and ex-ATSF C44-9W lead K040 through Vine on a cold afternoon.
Large arched roof train sheds such as this are common in Europe, but the only ones I can think of in the U.S. are Reading Terminal and St. Louis Union Terminal. Can anyone name others in the U.S.... (more)
It's May Day 1955, what better excuse for an excursion led by a PRR K4s? #7133, freshly wiped down by it's engineman, is ready to reverse back to the platform under the guidance of what is likely... (more)
A set of red cars roll by Franklin Field. The boxcars in the yard below are assumed to contain newsprint for the Philadelphia Bulletin. This train is a Army-Navy football special enroute to the M... (more)
An Airport bound R1 train stops at 30th Street.
A Doylestown train pauses at the Center City Tunnel's Market East station.
Late running Q300 heads east over the ex PRR / Conrail high line.
The Wilmington Chapter NRHS's Super Streetcar Saturday excursion tours West Philadelphia diversion trackage.
No, it's not "always sunny in Philadelphia", but a more perfect day one could not ask for on Sunday, September 22nd. Here, one of Amtrak's 15 HHP-8's departs Philadelphia under skies any Simpsons... (more)