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Philadelphia's 30th Street Station is a large old station from the glory days of train travel. We ended our journey on NJ Transit's Atlantic City Line here, and on another trip transferred from the SEPTA Cynwyd Line to Trenton Line here.
The south facade and west portico. A SEPTA train can be seen on the upper platforms in the background.
Crossing the Schuylkill River from Center City we see the east facade of the station.
Approaching the upper level from the west.
Inside the station on the main concourse.
More of the main concourse and a food court on the south side of the station.
This room is just north of the main concourse.
The upper level platforms used by SEPTA.
On the left our train from Cynwyd prepares to depart for Suburban Station. On the right we see a SEPTA train approaching from Center City.
Approaching from the east we cross the bridge over the Schuylkill River and see the outside upper level platforms. These outside platforms are no longer used.
On the left we see the unused outside upper level platforms on the west side of the station with a freight train passing in the background. On the right is the lower level platform used by NJ Transit.
Views from the High Line freight tracks of the station and the SEPTA tracks departing the station.
The 30th Street trolley and Market-Frankford Line platforms.
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