Take a guided tour of the proposed Rail Park

It's a street-level walking tour alongside the proposed 3-mile Rail Park site to learn about the historic City Branch and Reading Viaduct. The tour starts near the entrance to the tunnel under Pennsylvania Avenue, following The Cut east towards The Inquirer building, and ending at the Viaduct on the site of Phase 1 on the 1200 Block of Noble Street.

Where: N. 21st and PA Avenue (on the east side of the Rodin Museum

When: October 15, 2015 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

How much: $27.25


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By the people, for the people

Your money goes directly to the salaries of our newsroom staff, and we need to raise $23k by June 30 to make our budget. Will you consider making a donation today?

By the people, for the people

Your money goes directly to the salaries of our newsroom staff, and we need to raise $23k by June 30 to make our budget. Will you consider making a donation to fund more stories like this?

By the people, for the people

Your money goes directly to the salaries of our newsroom staff, and we need to raise $23k by June 30 to make our budget. Will you consider making a donation to fund more stories like this?

By the people, for the people

Your money goes directly to the salaries of our newsroom staff, and we need to raise $23k by June 30 to make our budget. Will you consider making an extra donation to fund more stories like this?

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Chris Krewson is the executive director of LION Publishers, a national nonprofit association that serves local journalism entrepreneurs build sustainable news organizations, and the founding editor of Billy Penn. He lives in Havertown.