A tour of Bucks County
Photos of Steam Engine Number 40 at twilight getting ready to leave the New Hope Station for a Halloween excursion.
A video of engine 2198 leaving the station on a rainy day in May 2015
A few thousand square feet of sandpaper and a couple of hundred gallons of paint and it should be ‘good as new’.
The New Hope Ivyland Station is the main station for the New Hope Ivyland Railroad. (now known as the New Hope Railroad) This is a scenic railroad that runs excursions to Lahaska. The picturesque passenger station is featured on countless photos and paintings of New Hope. There are two freight stations behind the passenger station.
Some of the indoor and outdoor seating at the Triumph Brewery provides an excellent view of the station and trains.
A shot of an engine (8218) and car in the New Hope Railroad yard.
The SEPTA Fox Chase – Newtown line terminated in Newtown, Pa. The line has been inactive for years. The line stopped at County Line, Southampton, Churchville, The George School and Newtown. It carried freight and passengers.
The Newtown train station wasn’t much more than a small shed. It was the end of the line for the Fox Chase – Newtown Line.,
The Southampton Train Station has been in various states of disrepair despite efforts to restore and save it. The Station is located in Upper Southampton. These photos are from between 2007 and 2009 or perhaps a bit earlier.
The SEPTA Fox Chase – Newtown line stopped at County Line, Southampton, Churchville, The George School and Newtown. It carried freight and passengers.
An old diesel engine, 7210, on a siding on the New Hope Railroad line.
The old Southampton Train Station is really beginning to show signs of deterioration.
The Lahaska Railroad Station is a stop on the New Hope Railroad line. It is about one mile from the shops and restaurants at Peddler’s Village.