The York Branch
— ICC Abandonment Filings —
|Docket: 22108||5/25/1962||Section: 1(18)|
|Application for authority to abandon that portion of its York Branch which extends from Columbia, Lancaster County, across the Susquehanna River, to Wrightsville, York County, a distance of 1.16 mi., all in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.|
|Length: 1.160 miles||Citation:|
|Docket: 24738||9/12/1967||Section: 1(18)|
|Application for authority to abandon a branch line of its RR from Val. Sta. 365+70 (M.P. 7.0), near Hellam, to Val. Sta. 62+32 (M.P. 1.2), the terminus of the York Secondary Track at Wrightsville, a distance of 5.746 mi., all within York Co., Pa.|
|Length: 5.746 miles||Citation:|
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i noticed an abandoned bridge on this map.is it still there?please let me know.thank you.
George, there are a couple little bridges on this line remaining, some pretty well hidden. specifically where is the one you refer to? between what roads?
i have the locations marked down and will enter them in when i can.you will hear from me shortly steve.thanks and keep in touch.
steve,i looked at what I had written down and it seems the bridge might be on private property.when I get the chance I will look and see if the bridge is still there.if you would like to know where this bridge I found might be,get in touch with me at this site and I will give you the location.keep in touch.