A variety of Pennsylvania Northeastern motive power - including a former CN GP9 and an ex-Conrail C39-8 - idle in Lansdale Yard between assignments.
SEPTA wire train tied down on a Saturday afternoon in Lansdale Yard. "The Carmel Cannonball" has been written to the left of the SEPTA logo on this unit.
SEPTA's wire train spends the weekend in the yard adjacent to Lansdale Station. The various locomotives in the distance belong to local shortline Pennsylvania Northeastern. SPAX 60 wears the uno... (more)
There is currently only one fully repainted unit on the Pennsylvania Northeastern roster, with most of the fleet wearing a modified (patched) version of their former owner's paint. PN 5342 has no... (more)
Most of PNRR's eclectic roster can be seen in this view of their yard in Lansdale. This includes a pair of former Conrail C39-8s, a pair of former Canadian National SD40-2Ws (one of which is out ... (more)
Former Reading Company SW1001 #2612 is back home in Lansdale on lease to SEPTA for wire train service.
New Hope and Ivyland's GP30 #2198 at Lansdale just ahead of the West 8th Street grade crossing heading South back to the station at 3:35 PM Saturday, August 24th during a special excursion to Lans... (more)
SEPTA wire train takes a break for the weekend in Lansdale Yard.
New Hope and Ivyland's former PRR GP30 #2198 arrives in Lansdale, PA during a special excursion that originated at New Hope and traveled along the former Reading to Lansdale with multiple side tri... (more)
Sitting in Lansdale yard awaiting it's next assignment
Almost finished new paint scheme on former CN SD40-2W #5342.
SEPTA's newest commuter equipment sits idle on a Saturday afternoon awaiting Monday morning rush hour service to Philadelphia.
PNR power rests in the yard at Lansdale. PNR SD40-2 #5577 ex-CP and C39-8 #2211 face north.