"The miner fired a blast, and when the outpouring of stones and water from the hole came rushing through, the miners...called out a cry of alarm and ran from the mine..."
Edward S. Jones, Mine Manager
They thought the earth had . . . — — Map (db m115883) HM
Respected officer of the Archbald Borough Police Department, who, while in performance of his duties, was struck and killed by an automobile near this location.
Officer Paparelli's untimely, tragic death coupled with his years of public . . . — — Map (db m149531) HM
Founder of Eynon Drug Store in the year of 1927. Died in the year of 1972. The man who has done so much for so many people and asked so little from them in return, was responsible for the people's growth and commercial business in the town of Eynon, . . . — — Map (db m149535) HM
Coal from the Lackawanna Valley fueled America's Industrial Revolution. Millions of tons of domestic anthracite came from mines like those that ran under this park.
Today, nature's gift of anthracite and the dynamic story of the Industrial . . . — — Map (db m115890) HM
This plaque is in commemoration of the foot-bridge that connected the downtown Main Street business area with Salem Street and St. Thomas Church. The foot-bridge crossed the Lackawanna River and was located between the Gilmartin Street Bridge and . . . — — Map (db m101608) HM
SPC. Nicholas Staback
ACO 1st Battalion
5th Regiment, 1st Brigade
25th Infantry Division
Enlisted in the US Army in March 2010,
and completed Basic Training at
Fort Benning, GA in July that same year.
SPC. Nick . . . — — Map (db m149536) WM
"It is a fine case of a well-known phenomenon called a glacial pothole."
Geologist J.C. Branner, 1884
About 20,000 years ago, a powerful, whirling mixture of frigid glacial water, sand and stones wore away solid rock, . . . — — Map (db m115887) HM
In grateful tribute
to the brave men and women
of Archbald who served
their country in the
World War I
[Roll of Honored Dead]
John Butero • F. Barcowski
Frank Barcosky • C. Barnosky
Francis Coughlin • N. Bellucci . . . — — Map (db m105609) WM