APRIL 2020: One of the highlights of the joint Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway-Maine Narrow Gauge-Maine Locomotive & Machine Works Grand Reunion was the posing of all five remaining two-foot gauge steam locomotives around the turntable in Sheepscot Yard in January. Marc Glucksman takes us to Philadelphia’s SEPTA Route 15 on its last night of PCC trolley operation, while Olev Taremae takes us on a tour of a railfanning hotspot in North Philadelphia. All this and more in the April issue of Railpace Newsmagazine! Photo by Savery Moore

Hershey’s Cocoa Bean Silos

Hershey’s Cocoa Bean Silos

Morning trains are ideal for getting the best images of the Hershey silos looming over an eastbound train. Norfolk Southern’s black diesels stand out quite nicely against the tan colored silos.


Railfan Hot Spot: North Philadelphia Station

Railfan Hot Spot: North Philadelphia Station

Although much has changed in the ensuing decades, the North Philadelphia Station remains a hot spot today and is worthy of a visit, featuring Amtrak, SEPTA, NJ Transit, and Conrail Shared Assets.


The Grand Reunion: A Maine Two-Footer Winter Weekend

The Grand Reunion: A Maine Two-Footer Winter Weekend

Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum, Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company & Museum, and Maine Locomotive & Machine Works collaborated to organize the Grand Reunion of narrow gauge steam.


The End of SEPTA Route 15… For Now?

The End of SEPTA Route 15… For Now?

Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority’s renowned trolley route 15, operated with rebuilt PCC streetcars painted in heritage Philadelphia Transportation Company green and cream, was shut down January 25, 2020.


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