An eastbound SEPTA commuter train arrives at the beautifully restored Roesmont Station. This station was built by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1892 to replace an earlier 1863 built station. It was heavily modified in 1983 when a real estate broker's office became co-tenant of the building. SEPTA maintains a small lobby and ticket office on the side facing the tracks. The station serves the SEPTA commuter agency along Amtrak's Keystone line and is located roughly 11 miles west of Center City Philadelphia.