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  1. Yep, when they received their latest batch of 2014 XN40 as well as a small number of Ford F-550/Champion Defender CNG Cutaways.
  2. Meanwhile, from recent trip at State College yesterday. Quick video of CATABus New Flyer Xcelsior XN40 and C35LF. Impressed that the New Flyer C35LF is still in service after 21 years on the road! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kcs6de4zSPo Not that I know of although I've heard in their annual budget report, they wanted to replace their older buses (1998-2000 New Flyer C35LF and C40LF). That depends mainly on funding, etc.
  3. Krapf's 2014 New Flyer MiDi MD35 #1314 has been reported retired. #1314 was the 1st New Flyer MiDi to be ever acquired by Krapf for the Phlash Service in 2014 season when they took over it. According to sources from PMATS FB page, this bus painted white and will be sold. 2018 Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 Dart #1811 which Krapf's acquired last year has replaced it.
  4. 2012. Krapf's Transit likely acquired the last of the new Van Hool A300L buses for its Route A and Philly Navy Yard Contract. It'll be interesting to see new New Flyer Xcelsior XD60 for the new Artic Fleet for NJ Transit. https://www.njtransit.com/tm/tm_servlet.srv?hdnPageAction=PressReleaseTo&PRESS_RELEASE_ID=3268
  5. From West Chester on 12-9-2018 Krapf's Transit 2010 Van Hool A300L #2916 (Ex Parktowne) seen heading to West Chester Bus Terminal to start on Route A to Coatesville Interesting catch: Krapf's 2011 Ford F-450/Glaval Cutaway #1116 was used on Route A
  6. SEPTA Earlier this month retired their AEM-7 and ALP-44 locomotive after a special farewell execursion on Thorndale Line (SEPTA was last operator of those two locomotives at that time). ALP-44 #2308 and AEM-7 #2301 along with 6 comet cars were used on that rung Various SEPTA Buses were also seen on 12-4-2018 and 12-8-2018 at West Chester SEPTA 2003 D40LF was seen on Route 106 on 12-22-2018. As of now, 2003 D40LF at SEPTA's Victory Depot (serving suburban routes) are now mainly used on weekday services (oldest bus in the fleet).
  7. New Flyer MiDi MD35 was seen at Philadelphia on 11-25-2018
  8. NJ Transit NABI 416, MCI D4000 and D4500CT seen at Philadelphia on 11-25-2018
  9. SEPTA New Flyer Xceslior XDE40, DE40LF, and Nova LFS Artic HEV was seen at Philadelphia on 11-25-2018
  10. SEPTA has officially announced its farewell to AEM-7. Their last run will be on December 1, 2018 this Saturday on Thorndale Line. http://www.septa.org/events/aem7-farewell.html
  11. Forgot to share this, a video of various NJ Transit buses from around Center City Philadelphia from 11-10-2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCh0j66XraE
  12. Forgot to share this, a video of various Phlash buses from around Center City Philadelphia from 11-10-2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCh0j66XraE
  13. Forgot to share this, various septa buses seen around Center City Philadelphia from 11-10-2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCh0j66XraE
  14. As of mid to late October 2018, all regular push pull trains for all express rush hour service are now operated by ACS-64. The AEM-7 and ALP-44 are done from passenger service. However, there are a few number of AEM-7 and ALP-44 recently seen in non revenue service, including operating on Gel Train (a high pressure system that remove leaves from track during fall season causing slippery track). 11-10-2018 SEPTA 2014 Nova LFS HEV #8608 on Route 61. https://scontent.fphl2-4.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/46045280_10216080061547029_1543146019619864576_o.jpg?_nc_cat=108&_nc_ht=scontent.fphl2-4.fna&oh=a66604aaad9fc388058035c049328477&oe=5C400B03 Forgot to share this from last Sunday 11-4-2018 at West Chester.SEPTA New Flyer D40LF #5884. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qe78i2xAm4
  15. 11-10-2018 Rare: Phlash (Krapf) 2014 New Flyer MiDI MD35 operated on detour route at Arch Street because of crane working on Market Street (between 10th and 11th) causing that segment of Market Street to close. https://scontent.fphl2-2.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/46030507_10216080061667032_1349751759769174016_o.jpg?_nc_cat=102&_nc_ht=scontent.fphl2-2.fna&oh=e79a0e04a4fdf6e8328e56d8ebdd2db5&oe=5C7F281A Forgot to share this from last Sunday 11-4-2018 at West Chester. Krapf Van Hool A300L #2915. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qe78i2xAm4
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