Here's a shot that can't be duplicated - ever again. An Amtrak Regional Express roars south (Amtrak west) through Levittown, PA passing the 1953 built PRR station on a beautiful sunny day roughly 6 years to this date. The "Toaster" is toast, as is the station itself, demolished in 2016 to make way for a new high level platform modern SEPTA station. As luck would have it, the fence between the express tracks was temporarily removed making this angle all the more unique.
Sister No. 915 survives today in preservation at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, while a sister to the station survives in service at Curtis Park, south of the city, along the NEC.