Philadelphia has 12 regional rail lines (R1,R2,R3,R5,R6,R7,R8-all but the R1 are double ended), 1 high speed lines (100), 3 trolleys (101,102,15) 3 subways (Broad Street, Market-Frankford, PATCO), and 5 subway-surface lines (10,11,13,34,36)
Amtrak service from 30th Street Station to destinations along the NEC and Harrisburg Line
Honorable mention to NJ Transit with service to Atlantic City of out 30th St Station.
Regional Rail, High Speed Lines, Trolleys (except 15), and Subways
The regional rail currently uses 4 different vehicle types, all powered by overhead electrical catenary.
(all pictures from www.railpictures.net
AEM7 with Bombardier coaches and cab car on the trailing end.
High Speed Line:
Route 100 uses N5 cars
Routes 101 and 102 use Kawasaki cars:
Route 15 uses classic PCC II cars
The Broad Street Line uses Kawasaki cars:
The Market Frankford Line uses M4s
The Patco Line uses Budd cars
Subway Surface Lines
The S-S lines uses Kawasaki cars:
New Jersey Transit Atlantic City Line