The Pennsylvanian is a 444-mile (715 km) daytime Amtrak train running between New York and Pittsburgh via Philadelphia. The trains travel across the Appalachian Mountains, through Pennsylvania's capital Harrisburg, the Pennsylvania Dutch Country, suburban and central Philadelphia, and New Jersey en route to New York. Trains run once daily in each direction. The entire train ride takes about 9 hours total, with 1.5 hours between New York and Philadelphia, 2 hours between Philadelphia and Harrisburg, and 5.5 hours between Harrisburg and Pittsburgh.

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  • The Pennsylvanian is a 444-mile (715 km) daytime Amtrak train running between New York and Pittsburgh via Philadelphia. The trains travel across the Appalachian Mountains, through Pennsylvania's capital Harrisburg, the Pennsylvania Dutch Country, suburban and central Philadelphia, and New Jersey en route to New York. Trains run once daily in each direction. The entire train ride takes about 9 hours total, with 1.5 hours between New York and Philadelphia, 2 hours between Philadelphia and Harrisburg, and 5.5 hours between Harrisburg and Pittsburgh. The Pennsylvanian is a once a day replacement of the Keystone service between New York and Harrisburg, offering Business Class seating as an upgrade to the coach-only seating on Keystone trains. Prior to Amtrak, the route was known as the Duquesne, named after Fort Duquesne in Pittsburgh, and operated by the Pennsylvania Railroad. The Pennsylvanian began on April 27, 1980, as a state-supported daylight train between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, with connecting service to New York. Amtrak would later extend the train to serve New York directly. Between November 1998 and January 2003, Amtrak shifted the endpoints west to Chicago and Philadelphia, providing daylight service to Cleveland, Ohio. In 2003 the Pennsylvanian reverted to a Pittsburgh–New York schedule. On its inauguration the Pennsylvanian used Amfleet equipment and continues to be so equipped. (en)
  • La Pennsylvanian è la tratta ferroviaria gestita dalla Amtrak che collega New York City e Pittsburgh via Philadelphia. Numerose le vie sceniche quali: * Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle, dove i fiumi Allegheny, Monongahela e Ohio convergono * Le Allegheny Mountains * Il famoso Horseshoe Curve vicino Altoona * Pennsylvania Dutch Country (it)
  • Le Pennsylvanian est un train de voyageurs des États-Unis qui relie New York à Pittsburgh via Philadelphie. (fr)
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  • Pennsylvanian passing Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
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  • Dinette
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  • Standard and Business Class
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  • * Locomotive: GE P42DC #139 * Amfleet I coach #82559 * Amfleet II coach #25056 * Amfleet II coach #25117 * Amfleet II coach #25001 * Amfleet I business/cafe #48179
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  • 2006-06-26 (xsd:date)
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  • 1980-04-27 (xsd:date)
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  • Pennsylvanian
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  • Reserved Coach Seat
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  • Operating
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  • 17 (xsd:integer)
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  • Sample consist
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  • Eastbound #42
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  • La Pennsylvanian è la tratta ferroviaria gestita dalla Amtrak che collega New York City e Pittsburgh via Philadelphia. Numerose le vie sceniche quali: * Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle, dove i fiumi Allegheny, Monongahela e Ohio convergono * Le Allegheny Mountains * Il famoso Horseshoe Curve vicino Altoona * Pennsylvania Dutch Country (it)
  • Le Pennsylvanian est un train de voyageurs des États-Unis qui relie New York à Pittsburgh via Philadelphie. (fr)
  • The Pennsylvanian is a 444-mile (715 km) daytime Amtrak train running between New York and Pittsburgh via Philadelphia. The trains travel across the Appalachian Mountains, through Pennsylvania's capital Harrisburg, the Pennsylvania Dutch Country, suburban and central Philadelphia, and New Jersey en route to New York. Trains run once daily in each direction. The entire train ride takes about 9 hours total, with 1.5 hours between New York and Philadelphia, 2 hours between Philadelphia and Harrisburg, and 5.5 hours between Harrisburg and Pittsburgh. (en)
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  • Pennsylvanian (train) (en)
  • Pennsylvanian (it)
  • Pennsylvanian (Amtrak) (fr)
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