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.