Archives for July, 2015

Neshaminy Creek-Little Neshaminy Creek drainage divide area in Warrington Township, Bucks County, PA

Neshaminy Creek “meanders” in an east direction north of Warrington Township while Little Neshaming Creek flows in an east, southeast, and east direction through southern Warrington Township. Mill Creek is a significant northeast oriented Neshaminy Creek tributary originating in Warrington Township. The Neshaminy Creek-Little Neshaminy Creek drainage divide elevation northeast of Montgomeryville along the Montgomery-Bucks […]

Guide to Landforms Seen Along SEPTA’s West Trenton Regional Rail Line

Overview: Along its 32.5-mile trip from Center City Philadelphia to West Trenton a SEPTA West Trenton train travels from the Philadelphia City Center to and then along the Coastal Plain-Piedmont boundary before moving onto the Piedmont Province to reach the Tookany Creek drainage basin. Once in the Tookany Creek valley the train travels in a […]

Guide to Landforms Seen Along SEPTA’s Warminster Regional Rail Line

Overview: Along its 21-mile distance SEPTA’s Warminster Regional Rail line ascends from sea level to approximately 320 feet and crosses the Delaware-Schuylkill River drainage divide twice as it travels from the Tookany Creek drainage basin to the Wissahickon Creek drainage basin and then to the Pennypack Creek drainage basin. Along the way observant riders can […]