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was reading about this railroad line and being i live in bridgeville there are places where one can still see the right of way as well as old bridges , and rails still in place . will try and get some photos and send them thank you mr. arnett
Yes, there is at least one bridge and several hundred feet of rial still exposed.
i have found a old spur line the is still intacked also found two bridges still in place even found a lot of the rails still in place . hope to get some photos of them soon. even watch the trains go through bridgeville when i can .
what exactly is still left in place?any info on rail and other equipment would be greatly appreciated.thank you.
I live in Bridgeville and there is a lot of track still visible as well as a bridge that runs parallel to the current Wheeling and lake Erie line. You can see the bridge from the southbound side of interstate 79 just before the Bridgeville exit.
thanks for the info.you were right.i think i missed it .the bridge is hard to see if you are really looking for it and i do see rail too.
I was a trainman for the PRR in 1966. Worked a local out of Scully Yard, just outside Crafton, Pa.. This job went from Scully to Washington, Pa. 6 days a week. I remember delivering a car to a lumber company in Bishop. The track had small trees and bushes growing between the rails. Had to ride the end of the car to destination, took a while to get there.
thanks for the info,guys.greatly appreciated.hopefully someday will be able to check it out because i love to walk old rail lines and check out the past.
Do you have any pictures or information about The Bridgeville and McDonald Branch? Please