SEPTA at Bryn Mawr

Last month, Kris and I paused at Bryn Mawr, that iconic place on the former Pennsy Main Line.

Here vestiges of the old order survive. The railroad is still comprised of directional four track. The old PRR catenary and support infrastructure is still being used as intended. Classic canopies cover the platforms. And the old PRR tower survives like a citadel from the days of yore.

An automated announcement advised passengers of late running trains.

Bad for them, but good for me. If SEPTA’s outbound train to Thorndale had been on time, I’d have missed my photograph!

I had just a few minutes before we had to leave to meet family in Ardmore for a dinner.

Photos exposed with my Nikon Z6 and processed digitally in Lightroom.

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