An Amtrak Keystone train whispers past Bryn Mawr station while a SEPTA commuter gazes west anxious for his "Paoli/Thorndale" SEPTA train to take him east into downtown Philadelphia.
SEPTA's AEM-7 No. 2306 makes an appearance under sunny skies at Woodbourne Station in Langhorne, PA. SEPTA power for the push-pull sets was often in rotation meaning any one of its 7 "Toaste... (more)
An early morning Acela Express barrels north through New Brunswick, NJ, under a tunnel of catenary along the elevated viaduct through the heart of town.
An Amtrak Regional Express sprints through New Brunswick, taking the express track through the station, bound for Boston with intermediate stops along the way.
An Amtrak long distance train roars through Elizabeth station as seen from *not* the parking garage!
A late evening Amtrak long distance train barrels down the Northeast Corridor south of New Brunswick, just shy of NJT's Jersey Avenue station.
Amtrak's Rhor RTL Turboliner trainsets
These gas tubrine "Turboliners", of which a total of 7 were ordered, were delivered between 1976 and 1977. They were manufactured by Rohr Industries, and w... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad M1b 4-8-2 #6755
A shuffling of equipment in the yard offered an opportunity to capture the rarely photographed engineer's side of PRR's 4-8-2 No. 6755.
PRR No.... (more)
An Acela Express races east through the heart of New Brunswick, NJ over the Pennsylvania Railroad built viaduct. The viaduct is a monument of engineering completed in 1903 to elevate the tracks a... (more)
Amtrak's New Brunswick Station - built by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1903, the station replaced an earlier 1838 station built by the PRR successor, the New Jersey Railroad. That station could n... (more)
Acelas numbers 2001 & 2005 pass each other at speed along a stretch of the Northeast Corridor in Levitown.
A westbound Amtrak Regional Express barrels past an eastbound Acela Express, captured here midway between North Elizabeth and Elizabeth stations.
An Amtrak Acela Express navigates a maze of trackwork through Marcus Hook, PA, while en route to Wilmington, DE.
A SEPTA commuter train arrives at Marcus Hook late one Winter evening in January. To the far right is HOOK tower, built by the PRR in 1905 which was in service until 1999.
A late evening Amtrak Regional Express barrels down the Northeast Corridor passing "Hook" tower and ducking the signal bridge while en route to Wilmington, DE.