A set of SEPTA Silverliners pause at Whitford station ducking the massive 1906 PRR built bridge which measures 375 feet across. The station, no longer in service, was built in 1880. On August 2,... (more)
An Amtrak Keystone ducks under the former PRR built flyover while sprinting past the 1880 built PRR station. On August 2, 1984, the station house, no longer in service, was listed on the National... (more)
The Pennsylvania Railroad's massive 1906 built pin-connected Parker through truss bridge looms in the background at Whitford, PA, as an Amtrak Keystone train races east towards Exton, PA. A westb... (more)
An Amtrak ACS-64, No. 648, leads a Keystone through Whitford, PA ducking the abandoned 375 foot former PRR through truss bridge that once carried the Philadelphia and Thorndale Branch of the PRR.
An Amtrak Keystone led by ACS-64 No. 659, sprints west past SEPTA's Whitford station ducking the massive, abandoned, 1906 built pin-connected Parker through truss bridge. Built for the PRR, the 3... (more)
A westbouind SEPTA push-pull set led by AEM-7 No. 2302 arrives at Whitford station, coming to a stop underneath the massive 1906 built pin-connected Parker through truss bridge. Built for the PRR... (more)
SEPTA Silverliner IV's meet a set of Silverliner V's under the massive, abandoned former PRR bridge by Whitford Station in Pennsylvania. The bridge was built in 1906 for the PRR and is a pin-conn... (more)
An Amtrak Keystone train, bound for Harrisburg, clears the massive, though abandoned, former PRR bridge at Whitford, PA.
Engine number 1 blows westbound through Whitford Station on the Keystone Corridor with the Pennsylvanian coaches under the massive PRR truss bridge.
H2A heads west on the Amtrak Keystone Main toward Coatesville, PA.