A late afternoon SEPTA push/pull express commuter set led by AEM-7 No. 2301 races past Devon Station in Pennsylvania. Commuters know this section of Amtrak's Keystone line, former PRR, as SEPTA's Paoli/Thorndale line. To the right is Devon station which was built by the Pennsylvania Railroad back in 1890, replacing an earlier station built in 1883. Sadly, an old baggage shelter, which once stood to the far right, just out of sight, was demolished in 2004. The station building was repainted in 2005 and is in service. The AEM-7, however - soon to be "toast" as new SEPTA ACS-64's begin to replace the fleet in 2018. Took a few visits to get a nicely lit shot here - it was cloudy but with a chance of Meatballs, I persevered and am quite happy with the results!