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  • 118 East Philadelphia Avenue Boyertown, PA 19512
    Lost in the deep woods sheltering the Manatawny and Ironstone Creeks is a mythical secret valley. Though today only white-tailed deer, great blue heron, and bald eagles know the beauty of this...
  • 201 S. West St. Coudersport, PA 16915-1047
    This station is the only building still standing of the original facilities of the Coudersport and Port Allegheny Railroad.
  • Route 217 Derry, PA 15627
    This park features a railroad display and also hosts the annual Railroad Days Festival in September.
  • 201 South Blakely Street #333 Dunmore, PA 18512
    Our mission is to preserve the passenger and dining car experience on the Erie Lackawanna and its predecessors through the purchase and restoration of authentic and historic passenger and dining...
  • Main Street Robertsdale, PA 16674
    The FEBT Museum is located in Robertsdale, PA, the rormer southern operating terminus of the East Broad Top Railroad. The museum is located in two historic buildings, the original East Broad Top...
  • 409 South Perry Street Titusville, PA 16354
    Saturday, August 17, 2013 - 9:30AM Travel through history to find today's treasures! Ride the Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad through the "Valley That Changed the World," where evidence of the...
  • 314 Main St. Greenville, PA 16125-2615
    The Greenville Railroad Park and Museum preserves artifacts and historical documents about the railroads. Kids will love climbing aboard a real train.
  • Seven Valleys Rd,. Rte. 616 York, PA 17404
    The railroad was also a prime target for the Confederate Army prior to the Battle of Gettysburg, as Rebel troops cut telegraph wires and destroyed bridges in their efforts to isolate Washington...
  • 522 E. Main St. Girard, PA 16417-1713
    Featuring an Underground Railroad exhibit and a Dan Rice memorabilia display.
  • Kittaning Point, Burgoon Road Logan Township, PA, PA 16602
    Completed in 1854, the Horsehoe Curve opened the way for railroads to conquer the Allegheny Ridge and still serves as the main line for the Norfolk Southern Railroad to pass through the mountains.
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