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Harrisburg station, 2016.

Color digital image showing the historic Harrisburg, Pa., station; image dates to May 2016.

Pennsylvanian at Lewistown, 2016.

Color digital image showing the westbound Pennsylvanian (New York-Philadelphia-Pittsburgh) at the Lewistown, Pa., station; image dates to May 2016.

Harrisburg train shed, 2016.

Black and white digital image showing the Pennsylvanian (New York-Philadelphia-Pittsburgh) stopped at the Harrisburg, Pa., station; image dates to May 2016.

Eastbound Pennsylvanian at the Harrisburg station, 2016.

Black and white digital image showing the eastbound Pennsylvanian (Pittsburgh-Philadelphia-New York) stopped at the Harrisburg, Pa., station; image dates to May 2016.

Boarding the Pennsylvanian at Harrisburg, 2016.

Color digital image showing customers boarding the eastbound Pennsylvanian (Pittsburgh-Philadelphia-New York) at the Harrisburg, Pa., station; image dates to May 2016.

Trains waiting at Harrisburg, 2016.

Black and white digital image showing trains waiting at the platform in Harrisburg, Pa.; image dates to May 2016.

Pennsylvanian stopped at Harrisburg, 2016.

Black and white digital image showing conductors speaking on the platform at the Harrisburg, Pa., station; image dates to May 2016.

Pennsylvanian daylight service poster, 1998.

Multicolor printed paper poster created in late 1998 to promote the reroute of the Pennsylvanian between Philadelphia and Chicago.

Keystone Classic Club brochure, 1991.

Multi-color printed paper brochure promoting the Keystone Classic Club, a first-class, luxury service introduced in August 1991 on the Pennsylvanian (New York-Pittsburgh). From the Ann Owens Collection. According to an ad in the National Timetable released on October 27, 1991, "A unique and memorable experience awaits ten passengers on each trip...revel in the comfort of our parlor, dining area, library and smoking room." The Club used a refurbished, vintage 1954 rail car.