Graphic depicting the Keystone Corridor and stations from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia. Link To Harrisburg Transportation Center Station Page Link To Middletown Station Page Link To Elizabethtown Station Page Link To Mount Joy Station Page Link To Lancaster Station Page Link To Parkesburg Station Page Link To Coatesville Station Page Link To Downingtown Station Page Link To Exton Station Page Link To Paoli Station Page Link To Ardmore Station Page Link To Philadelphia -30th Street Station Page
Graphic depicting the Keystone Corridor and stations from Harrisburg to Philadelphia.

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BEFORE: The 1915 Elizabethtown Passenger Station in 2009
BEFORE: The 1915 Elizabethtown Passenger Station in 2009
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AFTER: The rehabilitated and modernized building in 2014
AFTER: The rehabilitated and modernized building in 2014
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Replacing the historic slate roof
Replacing the historic slate roof
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Original woodwork stripped and ready for paint
Original woodwork stripped and ready for paint
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Fresh paint protects the original wood canopy
Fresh paint protects the original wood canopy
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Refinishing the wood ceiling
Refinishing the wood ceiling
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Replacing damaged floor tiles
Replacing damaged floor tiles
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Repainting station interior
Repainting station interior
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Restored station interior
Restored station interior
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Constructing high-level platforms
Constructing high-level platforms
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Platform and station reconstruction looking east
Platform and station reconstruction looking east
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Reconstructing steps at station entrance
Reconstructing steps at station entrance
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Setting granite curbs
Setting granite curbs
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Pouring concrete at the bus shelter
Pouring concrete at the bus shelter
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Reconstructing the main parking lot
Reconstructing the main parking lot
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Repaving the main parking lot
Repaving the main parking lot
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Parking lot and sidewalk improvements completed
Parking lot and sidewalk improvements completed

 Project Highlights

Purpose

The Elizabethtown Station rehabilitation project renovated the historic station building to meet modern passenger needs and provide accessibility while preserving the 1915 landmark.
 

​Description

The $9 million project completed long-deferred repairs and upgrades necessary to restore the original station building and achieve ADA compliance. Major categories of work are listed below.

Status

Construction began in September 2009 and was completed in January 2011.
 

Funding Partners

The project was led by PennDOT with additional funding by the Federal Transit Administration, Amtrak, and the Borough of Elizabethtown.