RailPictures.Net Photo: SPAX 2305 SEPTA ASEA AEM-7 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by Mitch Goldman
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» ASEA AEM-7 (more..)
» Overbrook Station 
» Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
» April 20, 2018
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» SPAX 2305 (more..)
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» Mitch Goldman (more..)
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SEPTA's AEM-7's, No. 2305, leads a push-pull evening express past Overbrook station in Philadelphia, bound for Bryn Mawr, PA and terminating at Thorndale. The station is a PRR survivor having been built by the railroad in 1858 and originally going by the name "City Avenue Station". Today, the station serves most SEPTA commuter trains, though had served Amtrak Keystone trains up until 1987. Also in view, is "Overbrook" tower, which was built in 1927.
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  ApertureFNumber  f/6.3
  Make  Canon
  Model  Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
  ExposureTime  1/1000
  ISOSpeedRatings  800
  Flash  16
  FocalLength  42/1

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