The decaying state of our mass transit infrastructure is due to a decline of community ownership and regional identity represented in their architecture. “Communities” can be considered cities, neighborhoods, towns, or entire regions of States depending on the scale of the infrastructure. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania clearly exhibits the range of this decline. A city that went from being the center of the Pennsylvania Railroad, now is sprinkled with infrastructural shells of the past. These sites now provide an opportunity revitalization of the communities they inhabit.