Philadelphia consists of a heavy metro, several light rail and tram lines, and an interurban.
  • Official Septa home page
  • A few photos I took of the Norristown Line and the "new" SEPTA LRTs in the early 1980's
  • Philadelphia Area Traction Fan's Page
  • SEPTA: Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority
  • Sandy Smith's Home Page
  • Stan Freidman's SEPTA photos
  • The Schykill Valley Metro 
  • Joe Lance's SEPTA photos
  • A Barrelfull of Pennsylvania Transit Links
  • PATCO Home Page
  • Philadelphia's Historic PCC's
  • The Grade Crossing
  • Photos of the new Frankford Transportation Center from the Philly NRHS

    Septa 2168 in the Broad Street tunnel courtesy of Herman R. Silbiger


  • Pittsburgh transit photos by a PAT worker (no name given)
  • Port Authority Home Page
  • Pittsburgh Gazette News - the closing of the Drake Line
  • Speed Ride on Pittsburgh's new TPlus line

    Photos Courtesy Stefan Mashkevich

    Honorable Mention: Scranton

    No, there is no subway in Scranton, Pa. However, there are rumors of a subway that never existed. Laurel Hill does have a refurbished trolley line that goes through a tunnel in "downtown". There are stations on each end but not inside the tunnel.