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Urban D Kaye

Rare Diamond

CSX train K295, in a rare Philly appearance, crosses the last train-trolley grade crossing in America at Darby PA. Taken August 11, 2005.
That's very cool... Do you know how many of those are in existance?
San Francisco's Muni is in the process of adding two more train/trolley grade crossings to the list. Their new line on 3rd St. crosses UP industrial spurs at Carroll St. and Cargo Way. I think there's at least one place in San Jose, CA where VTA's Vasona extension is crossed by a spur from the parallel UP branch to Permanente.

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