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Alley Popper

The "Alley Popper" RR was built as a competitor to the PRR in the Moshannon Valley. Due to financial difficulties operations ceased in 1931 and the line was abandoned in 1936.

Altoona & Philipsburg Connecting

Alley Popper

Bald Eagle Valley

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Beech Creek

New York Central

Beech Creek, Clearfield & Southwestern

New York Central

Bellefonte Central

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Buffalo & Susquehanna

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Catawissa & Williamsport

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Central RR of Pennsylvania

Central RR of PA ran from Bellefonte to and Mill Hall. It interchanged with the NYC at the NYC's Mill Station. The Central RR of PA discontinued rail service circa 1920. 

Clearfield

New York Central

Consolidated Rail

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Corning, Cowanesque & Antrim

New York Central

Coudersport & Port Allegheny

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Erie

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Gettysburg

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Johnsonburg

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Karthaus

Clearfield

Kishacoquillas Valley

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Knox & Kane Railroad

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Lewisburg and Buffalo Creek

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New York & Lake Erie

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New York & Pittsburgh Airline

Alley Popper

New York & Pittsburgh Central

Alley Popper

New York Central

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Norfolk Southern

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North Bend & Kettle Creek

Lumber

Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania Central

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Philadelphia & Erie

Pennsylvania Railroad

Philadelphia & Reading

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Philipsburg

Alley Popper

Philipsburg & Johnstown

Alley Popper

Philipsburg & Susquehanna Valley

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Pine Creek

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Pittsburgh & Susquehanna

Alley Popper

Pittsburgh Central

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Pittsburgh, Johnstown, Ebensburg & Eastern

Alley Popper

Reading

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RJ Corman

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Rochester & Pittsburgh

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Tioga Central

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Beech Creek Extension

New York Central

Allegheny & Eastern

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Pittsburgh, Shawmut & No.

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Asaph

Lumber

Leetonia

Lumber

Tiadaghton & Fahnestalk

Lumber

Ferney Mountain

Lumber

Trout Run

Lumber

Oregon & Texas

Lumber

Slate Run

Lumber

Cammal & Black Forrest

Lumber

Tioga

New York Central

Buffalo, New York & Philadelphia

Pennsylvania

Wellsville, Addison & Galeton

In 1956 the Wellsville - Addison - Galeton section of Buffalo & Susquehanna was sold to Murray Salzberg who operated it as the its demise in 1979.

Baltimore & Ohio

B&S was purchased by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in 1932. In July 1942 a flood washed out the track south of Galeton seperating the rest of the former B&S separated from the B&O.

 

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