Railroads in The Alleghenies PA

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  • 110 Federal Park Rd. Gallitzin, PA 16641-2000
    814-886-6150
    Unique railroad, the first rail crossing of the Allegheny Mountains.
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  • 320 W. High St. Bellefonte, PA 16823
    814-355-2917
    The Bellefonte Historical Railroad Society owns two Budd RDC-1's, 9153 & 9167, and a short section of track in Lemont, PA.  We are currently attempting to resume operations and expand our...
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  • 320 W. High St. Bellefonte, PA 16823-1304
    814-355-2917
    In the historic Train Station in beautiful, Talleyrand Park. Our information specialists can assist you with planning a day or a week-long itinerary of activities including lodging, dining, etc....
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  • P.O. Box 171 Robertsdale, PA 16674-0171
    814-635-2013
    Coal mining and railroading history recalled Fri., Sat. and Sun.
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  • Main Street Robertsdale, PA 16674
    814-635-2388
    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...
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  • 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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  • 711 Edgehill Dr. Johnstown, PA 15905
    814-536-1816
    Ride the world's steepest vehicular inclined plane railway with its 71.9% grade. Built in 1891 after the Great Johnstown Flood. Offers a panoramic view of the valley. Visitor center, restaurant,...
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  • Kittanning Point Road Altoona, PA 16601
    814-946-0834
    An engineering marvel and the main railroad line connecting east and west.
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  • 1300 Ninth Ave. Altoona, PA 16602
    814-946-0834
    America's only interactive railroaders museum featuring film, exhibits, store, lobby show. You don't have to be a rail fan to love this museum. Horseshoe Curve has offered live train watching...
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  • Route 522 Shirleysburg, PA 17260
    814-447-3011
    Runk Bridge was built in 1900 and is one of the shortest of the railroad bridges in the area.
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