It's great to know that Pennsylvania Railroad trains live on somewhere besides Monopoly games and model railroad sets. The railroad merged with the New York Central to become the Penn Central Transportation Company in 1968. Today, most of its lines are owned by the Norfolk Southern Railway.
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A historic Pennsylvania Railroad locomotive pulls into the newly renovated railroad station in Elizabethtown, Pa., on Wednesday, May 4, as part of the station's opening ceremony. A renovation paid for with federal stimulus money that began in late 2009 made the station accessible to the handicapped, got the parking lot paved and the indoor passenger waiting area reopened after decades of disuse.