OCTOBER 2021: The Pennsylvania Northeastern Railroad celebrates its 10th anniversary operating on a network of former Reading branch lines north of Philadelphia. Dale Woodland takes us on a tour of this successful freight operation, while Bill Monaghan details trolley service diversions during SEPTA’s summer trolley tunnel blitz. All this plus the latest photos and news stories from across the Northeast in the October issue of Railpace Newsmagazine!

Ground Broken For Baltimore Penn Station Redevelopment

Ground Broken For Baltimore Penn Station Redevelopment

Amtrak and Penn Station Partners will gather to host a groundbreaking ceremony today to mark the commencement of the redevelopment of Baltimore Penn Station and platform expansion project as part of Amtrak’s $150 million investment to improve customer experience and grow passenger rail.


The First Decade of the Pennsylvania Northeastern Railroad

The First Decade of the Pennsylvania Northeastern Railroad

Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Pennsylvania Northeastern Railroad operates on 55.53 miles of SEPTA-owned track, mostly in Bucks and Montgomery counties to the north of Philadelphia.


Over the Top: SEPTA 2021 Trolley Tunnel Blitz

Over the Top: SEPTA 2021 Trolley Tunnel Blitz

SEPTA replaced worn track and overhead wire, made station upgrades, as well as improvements to the signal system during the summer program.


Work continues on SEPTA’s 3.5 mile extension of its Media-Elwyn regional rail line to restore service from the current terminus at Elwyn to a new station at Wawa dubbed “Middletown Station.”


Explore the world of White River Productions

  • Model Railroad News
  • Railroad Model Craftsman
  • Railfan & Railroad
  • Passenger Train Journal
  • Trains and Railroads of the Past
  • Railroads Illustrated
  • On30 Annual
  • HOn30 Annual
  • HO Collector