Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Inside Philadelphia's 30th Street Station

Abstract image of 30th street station interior with view of ceiling

An inside look at 30th street station in Philadelphia, Pa with a 360hdvr (virtual tour). 

This station was opened in 1933 and the Art Deco Architectural design was by Chicago based firm Graham, Anderson, Probst  and White.  Originally names Pennsylvania station and is listed on the National Register or Historic Places.  This station was feature in the films Blow Out, Trading Places, and Witness.

Click this link to view a high definition 360 view of the interior.  This 360hd was taken in 2008 by Paul Loftland/  Use your mouse to move around the image.  Click button to view full screen.

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