RailPictures.Net Photo: SPAX 2304 SEPTA ASEA AEM-7 at Overbrook, Pennsylvania by Mitch Goldman
 
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SEPTA (more..)
ASEA AEM-7 (more..)
Overbrook Station (more..)
Overbrook, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
May 21, 2018
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SPAX 2304 (more..)
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Mitch Goldman (more..)
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A late afternoon SEPTA push-pull set arrives at Overbrook station. To the right is Overbrook Tower, which was built in 1927, and is still in service today- in fact, it controls the switches seen in the foreground. In a set up similar to Bryn Mawr,, crossovers are located between the platforms meaning you will not see a fence separating the ROW. Passengers, however, are expected to the the subterranean walkway, the stairway entrance can be seen to the far left.
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