The Eagles of Market Street


Market Street Bridge

These statues once graced Penn Station in NYC, they now reside happily on the Market Street Bridge crossing  over the Schuylkill River in front of 30th Street Station. The eagles were donated by the Pennsylvania Railroad when Penn Station was dismantled in 1963.

Photographed and submitted by Julia Rowe

Christian Carollo
Christian Carollo is a freelance photographer based in the suburbs of Philadelphia Pennsylvania. He has lived near Philadelphia his entire life and has a great appreciation for the culture, beauty, passion, and history the city has to offer.
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