Hope you weren’t waiting. The former Pennsylvania Railroad passenger station in Christiana, PA is now just a blurry view out the window for the passengers of Amtrak Train 42 (Pennsylvanian) as P42... (more)
The restored and preserved 1912 built Christiana station. Passenger service to Christiana was discontinued way back in 1952. The building remained in service as a Railway Express until 1965, how... (more)
An Amtrak eastbound Keystone rounds the elevated curve through Christiana, PA, passing the restored and preserved 1912 built station. To the far right are the preserved freight house and a Conrai... (more)
A fully restored Conrail bay window caboose (former EL C-366 10/69) looks on as an envious Amtrak P40DC roars through Christiana, passing the old PRR freight house, pulling the eastbound Pennsylv... (more)
Former EL C-366 bay window caboose preserved at Christiana, PA, along side Amtrak's Keystone Corridor and both the Christiana station and depot. This caboose was built in October of 1969.
The Pennsylvania Railroad's Christiana freight house, built in 1859, stands proud today, lovingly restored by the Lancaster Chapter NRHS. The building was originally used for freight and passenger... (more)
Amtrak No. 145, the Phase III 40th Anniversary unit, rolls through Christiana, Pa., with the eastbound Pennsylvanian. The Christiana freight house and Conrail caboose have been restored by the Lan... (more)
A Keystone Corridor train passes the privately owned ex-Pennsylvania Railroad station at Christiana, Pa. The train is heading for Lancaster and Harrisburg.
925 leans into the superelevated curve at Christiana as she blows by the old PRR freight house at speed with train 664.