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  • 41 W. Broadway Jim Thorpe, PA 18229-1931
    570-325-9190
    The Mauch Chunk Museum and Cultural Center is designed to highlight the town of Jim Thorpe's fascinating industrial and cultural history. The Center is housed in a high-ceilinged former church, a...
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  • 136 Brown St. Middletown, PA 17057-1703
    717-944-4435
    Train rides on 1920's vintage passenger cars through scenic Swatara Creek Valley. Live narration on trip from the 1891 Middletown Station telling the history of the 1888 Reading line, Lime Kilns,...
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  • Center St. Millersburg, PA 17061
    717-692-4084
    Listed on National Register of Historic Places and home office for Millersburg Ferry Boat Association.
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  • Route 616 New Freedom, PA 17404
    717-840-7440
    The historic railroad station in New Freedom serves as a reminder of our past. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. New Freedom Station was restored to its 1935 appearance in...
  • 32 W. Bridge St. New Hope, PA 18938-1303
    215-862-2332
    Climb aboard the New Hope and Ivyland's passenger train and travel into a scene from the past. Relax and leave your cares behind as you travel aboard our restored passenger cars. Your train will be...
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  • Center St. Corry, PA 16407
    716-532-5716
    The New York and Lake Erie Railroad offers three-hour rail trips through scenic country. Enjoy a ride on the rails!
  • 409 South Perry Street Titusville, PA 16354
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  • 409 S. Perry St. Titusville, PA 16354-2159
    814-676-1733
    Historic train ride through world's 1st oil field. Enjoy working railway post office car, open car, taped commentary, tour guides, wildlife, fall foliage, and see Titusville, Drake Well, Petroleum...
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  • Rte. 848 New Milford, PA 18834
    The Mill Village Bridge is one of the remaining steel truss bridges along Route 6.
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  • 409 South Perry Street Titusville, PA 16354
    814-676-1733
    In June, you can ride thorugh "the valley that changed the world," the three-hour train ride through the Oil Creek Valley, every Satrday and Sunday. 
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