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A few shots from 30th street station


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Nice photos!

 

Yea, (SEPTA) has 3 out of state connections, 2 in NJ and 1 in DE.

 

I wonder how many cars with center doors (SEPTA) has, it can't be that many!:eek:

 

- Andy

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Nice photos!

 

Yea, (SEPTA) has 3 out of state connections, 2 in NJ and 1 in DE.

 

I wonder how many cars with center doors (SEPTA) has, it can't be that many!:eek:

 

- Andy

 

Thanks!! I think all of the push pull cars have doors in the middle.

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Thanks!! I think all of the push pull cars have doors in the middle.

 

Most of (SEPTA) push pull are comet 2. There are a few comet 3, but not many. For example, out of 4 consists i've seen at trenton, be it 5 or 6 or 7 cars, only 1 or 2 will have center doors.

 

Would be nice if someone could help put together a rolling stock roster.

 

- Andy

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Nice Man! I havent been to 30 St Station in over 5 years. Must take a trip down there when I return. That 2nd to last shot, the 'Track level platform' side, looks exactly like a NYC Subway Station; the upper design and all..

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Nice Man! I havent been to 30 St Station in over 5 years. Must take a trip down there when I return. That 2nd to last shot, the 'Track level platform' side, looks exactly like a NYC Subway Station; the upper design and all..

 

Yea, the victorian age & shortly after saw a lot of similar designs in an attempt to create a secure, uniform experience for first time riders. Great example is newark penn & 30h street. They were designed by the same guy.

 

- Andy

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Nice Man! I havent been to 30 St Station in over 5 years. Must take a trip down there when I return. That 2nd to last shot, the 'Track level platform' side, looks exactly like a NYC Subway Station; the upper design and all..
Nice shots.

 

Thanks!!

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