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    Philadelphia, PA
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    AM Radio DXing, Drawing (Don't request me to draw buses), TV, TV DXing, Transit

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  1. Feature Photo Submissions

    Septa D40LF on Route 127. Deadheaded towards Trenton TC. Photo taken at Oxford Valley Mall in Middletown, PA. That is the routes western terminus.
  2. SEPTA (Pennsylvania)

    I would not know. I was not there at the parade.
  3. SEPTA (Pennsylvania)

    How hard would it be to use a 400 bus for your daily commute?
  4. SEPTA (Pennsylvania)

    Unlike what most think, you can ride the bus today without a pass.
  5. SEPTA (Pennsylvania)

    There apparently used to be 3 bus routes that went to Limerick. The 93, 99, and 139 Also there was a 100 And bus service to Northampton Township existed.
  6. SEPTA (Pennsylvania)

    Right now I am trying to archive as many maps for dead Septs routes as I can. Here is two examples the 63 (Pier 70 Shopping Center and Queens Village to Grays Ferry Shopping Center) the 76 (Penns Landing and Old City to Mantua and Philadelphia Zoo) The maps are from here: https://web.archive.org/web/19991109062435/http://septa.org:80/riding/routes.html
  7. NJ TRANSIT (New Jersey Transit)

    I wish the old version of the 414 still existed. The old 414 linked Northeastern Philly with NJ at Frankford Terminal. it went to Marlton. If they rerouted this to a bigger city, then this would surely succeed, right?
  8. Streetcar News

    What if they made some sort of thingy that would take the person out of the car and melt the normal car if they went on the streetcar tunnel
  9. SEPTA (Pennsylvania)

    I might create a bus/train/trolly map for Septa wait actually I already have that map with the 19, 24, parts of the 20, 50, 67, and 88 also part of the 58. I can use that
  10. SEPTA (Pennsylvania)

    Septa is finally retiring those silverliners?
  11. SEPTA (Pennsylvania)

    two in one catch a 57 D40LF that is also a wrap!
  12. Who have you met?

    Nobody from this forum I don't think. Although I did meet a guy who worked at Septa once while at FTC. He was really nice.
  13. Feature Photo Submissions

    Septa train on the MFL subway line
  14. SEPTA (Pennsylvania)

    The new BDB route got opened. Also, I think a bunch more D40LFs retired
  15. SEPTA (Pennsylvania)

    I wish a route would go through Tomlinson Rd or take all of County Line (preferably the 84). Also I wish the 132 got extended to Riegelsville