Black Lick, Pennsylvania

The Indiana Branch

An abandoned railroad line in Black Lick, Pennsylvania, known as The Indiana Branch, was once operated in Pennsylvania by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and the Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburg Railroad.

Historic ICC Abandonment Filings

BUFFALO, ROCHESTER & PITTSBURG RAILROAD
Docket Number: AB-19 Sub 10 Date: 10/10/1973 Section: 1(18)
Applic. of BUFFALO, ROCHESTER AND PITTSBURGH RY. CO. to abandon portion of Indiana Br. at Black Lick Jct., Pa., In Indiana County, Pa.
Length: Unknown Citation:  

Is this the line from Blacklick to Ebensburg, dubbed as the Ghost Rails to Trails?

Jsohua J Long
Spartansburg, PA
2/12/2017

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I mapped the Ghost Town Trail to Vintondale Junction and North to Bensalo. Where T\the North Branch Blacklick Creek and Elk Creek meet. I measured it approx. 23 mi.

Joshua Long
Spartansburg, PA
7/1/2017

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