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cle wrote: ↑Fri Jan 21, 2022 11:41 am Interesting to have a stronger Keystone brand across PA, although Harrisburg might be the real semantic reason.Reading service, should be keystone, especially if it's operating into 30th/suburban station.
Still, it'll be disel operated and so I don't think interworking would do. But if not operationally - commercially - it might be interesting to galvanize rail interest in PA. Reading too.
STrRedWolf wrote: ↑Sat Jan 22, 2022 8:45 am Going through Wikipedia's List of named passenger trains, North America edition...Indigenous tribes names for waterways, good idea.
Reading: Schuylkill ("School-kill", route follows the Schuylkill River)