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Click here to see Septa AEM-7 #2302 with an R-7 Trenton train on the NEC, pulling in to Holmesburg Station 5/97.
Click here to see Septa Cab Control Car #2407 on an R-7 Trenton train on the NEC , stopped at Holmesburg Station. Septa runs push-pull trains with its AEM-7 's. 5/97.
Click here for a side view of Septa AEM-7 #2303. It is stopped with an afternoon R-7 Trenton Train at Holmesburg Jct.,Philadelphia Pa. 8/19/98.
Click here for a front look at Septa AEM-7 #2303. It is pushing a morning Septa "Philadelphia Express" R-7 Train south (west) at Holmesburg Junction, Phila. Penna. 6/1/01.
Click here to see a side view of Septa AEM-7 #2305 with a Septa R-7 Regional Rail Trenton Line Train. The AEM7 is running north (east) and is just about to cross The Pennypack Creek Bridge, Phila. Pa. Digital Image taken with Kodak DC-4800. 6/18/01.
Click here to see Septa Cab Control Car #2408 on the rear of a Septa R-7 Regional Rail Trenton Line Train. The northbound train is crossing the Pennypack Creek Bridge, Phila. Pa. On the return trip the AEM-7 will push the train with Cab Car #2408 in the lead. Digital Image taken with Kodak DC-4800. 6/18/01.
Click here to see Septa ALP-44 # 2308 pushing an inbound Septa Regional Rail, R-7, Trenton line train. Cornwells Heights Station, Bucks County Pennsylvania. 5/17/02.
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Click here to see a stopped Septa R-7 Trenton Train, being passed by a northbound Metroliner at Tacony Station, Phila. Pa. This happens many times every day on the busy Northeast Corridor. If you are foolish enought to try and cross the tracks, BEWARE ! 10/94

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