Chunks of concrete are falling off Philadelphia's 25th Street Viaduct, which stretches for several city blocks in South Philadelphia. Two or three loaded crude oil trains pass over the 86-year-old structure every day, bound for Philadelphia Energy Solutions, a sprawling refinery complex that's now the largest single consumer of Bakken crude oil from North Dakota.
Chunks of concrete are falling off Philadelphia's 25th Street Viaduct, which stretches for several city blocks in South Philadelphia. Two or three loaded crude oil trains pass over the 86-year-old structure every day, bound for Philadelphia Energy Solutions, a sprawling refinery complex that's now the largest single consumer of Bakken crude oil from North Dakota. MCT
Chunks of concrete are falling off Philadelphia's 25th Street Viaduct, which stretches for several city blocks in South Philadelphia. Two or three loaded crude oil trains pass over the 86-year-old structure every day, bound for Philadelphia Energy Solutions, a sprawling refinery complex that's now the largest single consumer of Bakken crude oil from North Dakota. MCT

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