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Sites about Pennsylvania such as railroads, travel, family, gardening, history of any type and genealogy of Pennsylvania people

 

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CONRAIL: Where it came from, Where it went
Conrail was a huge railroad. It covered New England to St Louis, Great Lakes, coal mining territory. What companies made it to Conrail and what didn't? Not just the big companies like Penn Central, but little ones like Niagara Junction, Buffalo Creek.
Railroads and Transit in Philadelphia
A collection of articles about Railroads and Transit in Philadelphia. The nation's fourth-largest metropolitan area boasts its third-largest commuter rail network (after New York and Chicago). SEPTA is an amalgam of the suburban services of the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Reading Company.
Lackawanna Cutoff
Original purpose of the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad was to bring Scranton to the world. In the process, it became a major trunkline. Half-century after Eisenhower, Congress and Interstate 80 consigned the Lackawanna Cutoff to oblivion, area citizens want to revive it for passenger service to ease highway congestion.
Pennsylvania Highways
History and current information on the highway system that is the worst in the United States according to Overdrive magazine.
Wolf, Zartman Families
A work in progress - research of the families Wolf and Zartman in the York County area of Pennsylvania.

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