The Pennsylvanian is a daily Amtrak train that began service in 1980 and runs between Pittsburg and Philadelphia along the former route of the Pennsylvania Railroad's Broadway Limited. Other predecessor trains along the same route (with varying end terminals) include the PRR's Duquesne, the Keystone, the National Limited, the Fort Pitt, and the Three Rivers.
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station
Pennsylvania Railroad Station
30th Street Station
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