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Author:  mfroio [ Thu Nov 17, 2016 9:25 am ]
Post subject:  Quarryville PA - Railroad History

Like many small towns across the country, Quarryville was home to early railroading with big aspirations of power and market share that were never realized. Here is a new post from the Mainline project discussing the hopes and plans to foil the PRR in the little town, an attempt that ultimately failed.

http://michaelfroio.com/blog/2016/7/10/quarryville-small-town-big-ideas

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File comment: Quarryville Station, view before the Lancaster Oxford & Southern abandonment in 1917. Note the dual gauge trackage in the foreground, an area shared by the LO&S and the PRR. Image Walter G. Minnich Jr. collection, Southern Lancaster County Historical Society
Quarryville Station and LO&S_Copy.jpg
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