For years I’ve been wondering if there’s anything left inside the modest Spring Garden Street train station on the Reading Viaduct. Few people have gotten a look at the building’s interior since it was sealed up with cinder blocks decades ago, not even the caretaker hired by the property owner, Reading International. So when a friend who is a lot more nimble than I am managed to climb onto the small roof that hangs over the station’s platform, I happily handed him my camera. He stuck it through a small window that had lost its glass long ago and took a few shots, which upon inspection quickly dashed any hopes that the station might have miraculously been preserved all these years. So little remains, in fact, that it’s impossible to even imagine what it once looked like. At the risk of repeating Geraldo Rivera’s anticlimactic opening of Capone’s Vault, we’re posting these photos anyway, just in case you are as curious as we were.