Here is a unique unobstructed view of the SEPTA station at Langhorne, PA, built in 2009. Because of the Covid pandemic, there were few passengers and fewer cars parked here, in the normally overflowing lot. The station replaced this statoin, which interestingly enough, was designed by Frank Furness and built in 1881. That station had survived well into the next century, only to be torn down in 2008. Though it's of modest character, its demise was unfortunate.