Railroads in Dutch Country Roads PA

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  • Strasburg Rail Road
    301 Gap Rd, Route 741 Strasburg, PA 17572
    Quite possibly the best way to experience Lancaster County. Traveling aboard authentic passenger cars, pulled by a massive, coal-burning steam locomotive, there's beauty as far as the eyes can see....
  • 155 N. Moyer St. Annville, PA 17003-1625
    A late 19th-century P&R passenger train station.
  • Seven Valleys Rd,. Rte. 616 York, PA 17404
    The railroad was also a prime target for the Confederate Army prior to the Battle of Gettysburg, as Rebel troops cut telegraph wires and destroyed bridges in their efforts to isolate Washington...
  • Route 616 York, PA 17404
    Approximately 5.5 miles south of the Colonial Courthouse is the Howard Tunnel. It is the oldest continuously operational railroad tunnel in the world. The brick lined, 370 foot tunnel originally...
  • 300 E. Seminary St. Mercersburg, PA 17236-1550
    "HO" collection plus eighty "O" scale Lionel engines pre-Depression to '70s.
  • 425 Steinwehr Ave. Gettysburg, PA 17325
    Welcome to the Lincoln train Museum where we present the Spirit of Lincoln and the history of our nation.  In our Hallway of American History you will walk with President Lincoln through the...
  • Broad St. Lititz, PA 17543
    The Lititz Springs Park Railroad Station is a replica of an 1884 Reading Railroad train station. It now houses a visitor's center.
  • 1268 Muddy Creek Forks Rd. Airville, PA 17302-9462
    Explore Muddy Creek Forks, tour a 1900 general store, railroad station, post office, a historic Roller Mill and grain elevator. Motorcar Train rides, historic exhibits & Equipment, costumed...
  • Center St. Millersburg, PA 17061
    Listed on National Register of Historic Places and home office for Millersburg Ferry Boat Association.
  • Route 616 New Freedom, PA 17404
    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...
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