In 2012, SEPTA finally had enough of its Silverliner V cars to be able to withdraw the last of the Silverliner II and Silverliner III cars from its Regional Rail fleet. I happened to be in Philadelphia in April and had some time in the afternoon to meet up with a local railfan who I know to chase the remaining cars at that time. After riding a set from Center City out to Fox Chase, we came back to Temple University to photograph the start of the evening rush hour. However, knowing where the Silverliner II and Silverliner III trainsets were and glancing through the timetables, I suggested we move up to the North Broad station to get something different. In the Philly railfan community, North Broad is usually thought of as a morning photo spot, due to its layout relative to where the sun would be positioned. However, being from out of town, I suggested we give it a shot. It worked out pretty well. Not only was the afternoon light conducive to getting decent photos, we had four Silverliner II/Silverliner III sets pass through the station in the span of about 3 minutes, probably representing the entire active fleet at that time. This is my favorite photo of the set, if you look closely you’ll see not one but two of the four trainsets in this single photo. Want to see more? Check out the SEPTA Regional Rail Rolling Stock page and look for photos from April 19, 2012.