Wayne station - built by the Pennsylvania Railroad way back in 1882, this station sits 14.5 miles west of Philadelphia, PA and is located long the former PRR mainline between Harrisburg, PA, and P... (more)
A SEPTA push-pull set led by AEM-7 No. 2307 makes a late afternoon stop at Wayne along the Keystone Corridor in Pennsylvania, The restored former PRR station was built in 1882 and restored between... (more)
A cab car leads an Amtrak Keystone through Wayne, Pennsylvania, passing the restored former PRR station. The station was built in 1882 and restored between 1998 and 2010. The restoration also in... (more)
An Amtrak Keystone Service train (Harrisburg PA to New York NY), powered by P42DC 108, rushes through Wayne, Pennsylvania, on March 24th, 2002.
CSXT 4768 leads a loaded Coal train from the Bailey Consol Energy Mine through the thick snow. On the rear of the train is the NS Monongahela Heritage unit, number 8025.
Silverliner 284 brings up the rear of an outbound R-5 train headed for Paoli.