Shamrock, Pennsylvania

The Shamrock Branch

An abandoned railroad line in Shamrock, Pennsylvania, known as The Shamrock Branch, of which 1.37 miles have been abandoned, was once operated in Pennsylvania by the Monongahela Railway and the Pennsylvania Railroad.

Historic ICC Abandonment Filings

Docket Number: 13681 Date: 4/1/1942 Section: 1
App. of Pennsylvania RR Co. and The Monongahela Ry Co. for abandonment by the former of its Shamrock Branch, extending from Shamrock Branch Junction to Shamrock Works (mining operations) a distance of 1.37 miles, all in Fayette County, Pennsylvania and abandonment of operation thereof by The Monongahela Railway Company, as Lessee.
Length: 1.37 miles Citation: 252 ICC 806  

What other information on Monongohela Railway abandonments are there. I saw something on the Mather Run grade. that grade was considered the end at the mining co. and there was also a bridge on that grade. A little history lesson the mather mine used to have the largest coal seam in Southwest PA.

Jsohua J Long
Spartansburg, PA


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