Railway renaissance

Since 1934, 30th Street Station has served as the principal rail gateway to Philadelphia. Over the years, its restrained classical style, immense scale, and location along the west center city riverfront made it an important city landmark. Not only does the station connect Philadelphia to other major cities via train, it also connects with the local city neighborhoods, suburbs, and airport by a network of commuter and subway lines. As the largest and second most active railway station in the

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