Crossing the Keystone State
“I love the history on this route and knowing that we are a vital source of transportation for the communities…,” says Pennsylvanian Conductor Dale Secor.
Making the Following Station Stops...
Comparing historic and contemporary station images allows the researcher or casual historian to identify change and continuity over time.
Through an Artist's Eyes
The daily Vermonter serves communities in the beautiful Connecticut River Valley and along the northeast side of Lake Champlain.
Recently On the Blog
The state-supported Pennsylvanian has been part of the Amtrak national network since April 1980. Today it covers a 444-mile route that crosses over the Susquehanna River and through Pennsylvania Dutch Country and the Appalachian Mountains.
The Amtrak Marketing department photo library contains numerous station slides that are now valuable visual records of interest to railroad and local historians.