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Passenger Stations: Towanda, Pennsylvania

In 1922, the Susquehanna & New York (S&NY) constructed this building, smaller than the freight depot (20′ x 64′). This one-story building of steel lath covered with stucco has an asbestos roof. The station had 3 rooms: ticket office, freight room and a passenger waiting room. The building was “city steam heated and electric lighted.” […]

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Passenger Stations: Allenwood, Pennsylvania

Gregg Township, named for U.S. House Representative Andrew Gregg, was founded in 1865 and is bordered by Lycoming County to the west and north, the West Branch of the Susquehanna River to the east, over which lies Northumberland County and White Deer Township to the south. The township shares Union County’s rural character with farms […]

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