RailPictures.Net Photo: SPAX 184 SEPTA GE Silverliner IV at St. Davids, Pennsylvania by Mitch Goldman
 
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SEPTA (more..)
GE Silverliner IV (more..)
St. Davids Station (more..)
St. Davids, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
July 18, 2018
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SPAX 184 (more..)
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Mitch Goldman (more..)
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An outbound set of SEPTA Silverliner IV's arrive at the station at St. Davids, PA. Located in the western suburbs of Philadelphia, 13.7 miles from Suburban Station, the stop (and town itself) are named for the nearby historic Episcopal church. Only the platforms remain of the once very impressive station that the PRR built in 1890 seen here. Amazingly, like so many others, it was demolished, this one in 1966 and replaced with a much smaller, mundane station that same year.
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