Philly Railfan Pictures of the Week
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|Railfan Pictures of the Week - 09/10/2017|
|Amtrak Northeast Corridor Cornwells Heights Station Cornwells Heights PA September 7 2017|
Other than the soon-to-be-replaced Bomber sets, SEPTA trains on the NEC are probably the least interesting thing on the NEC, except when things don't go as planned.
Case in point: Train 733 heading to Trenton approaches Cornwells Heights Station with a five Silverliner IV consist.
|Moving at a pretty good clip, the white cloud trailing the train ...|
|and the acrid smell of brake lining gave a hint to the reason for the speed.|
|It appeared as though they were running a little too hot as it slid right past the station platform.|
|The train fnally came to a stop a half a car past the handicapped ramp. After calling CTEC-6 and explaining the situation, the conductor got on the rear of the train so they could back up ...|
|just enough to allow the passengers off through the rear vestibule of the last car before continuing on. Well, that was interesting. Let's not do that again.|
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