A northbound Amtrak Regional, led by AMTK No. 650, races through Crum Lynne, PA, bound for Philadelphia and points north. A proper station once, built in 1872, occupied the area near the shelter to the right but has been long since demolished. The one to the left is believed to be the original shelter for that station. The town gets its interesting name from Crum for Crum (crooked) Creek and Lynne for Lake or waterfall.