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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Logan
Logan, Pennsylvania and Vicinity
▶ Blair County (89) ▶ Bedford County (69) ▶ Cambria County (73) ▶ Centre County (167) ▶ Clearfield County (61) ▶ Huntingdon County (41)
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| This was the original (1850-54) PRR main line. After Horseshoe Curve was opened, this became the Hollidaysburg Branch (now Conrail's Cove Secondary Track).
From 1850 to 1854, the original PRR main line extended through what is now Altoona to a . . . — — Map (db m52528) HM|
|Inscription of photo at top of marker GP9 #7048, momentarily off-duty, cools its wheels at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania engine terminal.
Caption of next photo Pennsylvania Railroad GP9 #7048 replaced the K4 locomotive as a trackside . . . — — Map (db m55659) HM|
|This 1870s view of Horseshoe Curve looks north past the rubble-strewn trackside area where you are standing, to show a coal hopper and a track along the hillside. These are evidence of coal mining activity along Kittanning Run. The shanty in the . . . — — Map (db m55541) HM|
|Caption of drawing at top left The GE P42DC produced by General Electric Transportation Systems.
Caption of drawing at top right Norfolk Southern SD40-Es usually come up in pairs. And often on both ends of long freight trains . . . — — Map (db m55540) HM|