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Historical Markers in Eden Township, Pennsylvania

 
Clickable Map of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Lancaster County, PA (415) Berks County, PA (268) Chester County, PA (292) Dauphin County, PA (291) Lebanon County, PA (77) York County, PA (377) Cecil County, MD (181) Harford County, MD (188)  LancasterCounty(415) Lancaster County (415)  BerksCounty(268) Berks County (268)  ChesterCounty(292) Chester County (292)  DauphinCounty(291) Dauphin County (291)  LebanonCounty(77) Lebanon County (77)  YorkCounty(377) York County (377)  CecilCountyMaryland(181) Cecil County (181)  HarfordCounty(188) Harford County (188)
Lancaster is the county seat for Lancaster County
Eden Township is in Lancaster County
      Lancaster County (415)  
ADJACENT TO LANCASTER COUNTY
      Berks County (268)  
      Chester County (292)  
      Dauphin County (291)  
      Lebanon County (77)  
      York County (377)  
      Cecil County, Maryland (181)  
      Harford County, Maryland (188)  
 
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1Pennsylvania (Lancaster County), Eden Township — A Job on the A & SThe Atglen & Susquehanna in Eden Township
Unlike routes that served passengers and local freight customers, the A&S required relatively few staffed facilities. Westward from Atglen, the A&S was desolate, compared to the main line's string of frequent village stops. Constructed after the . . . Map (db m171971) HM
2Pennsylvania (Lancaster County), Eden Township — The Atglen & Susquehanna Low GradeThe Pennsylvania Railroad's Dedicated Freight Road
The Atglen & Susquehanna Branch was constructed (1903-1906) by the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) as the middle segment of its Low Grade Line, an ambitious through-freight route which extended some 140 miles from Morrisville Yard near Trenton, N.J., to . . . Map (db m174229) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Nov. 30, 2022