- Preserved cars in northwestern PA
Re: Preserved cars in northwestern PA
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That’s Harlansburg. 2 Hwt PRR Pullmans and 2 Lwt PRR coaches based on what I see on Google Earth.
J. Stephen Sandifer
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Saturday, July 30, 2022 8:14 PMTo:
[RealSTMFC] Preserved cars in northwestern PA
Harlinburg Pa has a small collection of PRR passenger cars, it used to also be a museum as well. It is at Pa RT19& PA RT108. PA RT108 exits right off I 79
On Saturday, July 30, 2022, Robert G P <bobgp5109@...> wrote:
> Thank you guys a lot! Very handy information!
> On Sat, Jul 30, 2022 at 3:46 PM Schleigh Mike via groups.io <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Hi Bob!
>> Titusville (Oil Creek & Titusville) has a three-compartment Standard Tank Car Shell Tanker we have mentioned in the past. Lake Shore Railway at North East (just east of Erie on US 20) has an AC&F built X-3 as well as a number of freight and passenger cars. Not to mention quite a collection of GE locos and a nifty fireless Heisler. Lots of freight trains on the old NYC and NKP main lines right at the station museum.
>> Regards from Grove City (right along your route) in Penna----Mike Schleigh
>> On Saturday, July 30, 2022, 11:44:45 AM EDT, Robert G P <bobgp5109@...> wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I will be in Pittsburgh and Northwestern PA and the most eastern point of OH this weekend and am curious if there are any accessible preserved/stored/derelict transition era cars of any type known to be in the region along (and not far from) the I-79 corridor north of Pittsburgh? Or in the vicinity of Pittsburgh? Even as far East as Erie?
>> Will also be watching trains in Pitts as well.
>> Thanks a lot!
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