Valuation Maps:

PRR.v17.1.PA 008 1918r44c49 Pittsburgh Div ML PL Wg200gPRR.v17.1.PA-008 1918r44c49 Pittsburgh Div ML (PRRT&HS)
PRR.v17.1.PA 009 1918r49 Pittsburgh Div ML PL Wg200gPRR.v17.1.PA-009 1918r49 Pittsburgh Div ML (PRRT&HS)
PRR.v17.1.PA 010 1918r49 Pittsburgh Div ML PL Wg200gPRR.v17.1.PA-010 1918r49 Pittsburgh Div ML (PRRT&HS)
PRR.v17.1.PA 011 1918r42c49 Pittsburgh Div ML Galitzin PL Wg200gPRR.v17.1.PA-011 1918r42c49 Pittsburgh Div ML - Galitzin (PRRT&HS)


Entries from the 1945 edition of the CT1000. Distances are miles from the Altoona passenger station.


Penna. Colliery No. 2 (Penna. C. & C. Corp.) (MP 10.7)


Storage (MP 10.6)

Junc. Pittsburgh Division - New Portage Branch - Westbound Conn. (MP 10.9)

Junc. Pittsburgh Division - New Portage Branch - Eastbound Conn. (MP 11.0)

Power Plant Siding (MP 11.1)

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The 1884 Form 76 lists Engine House (MP 52.0; town is called Spring Mill.

The 1900 CT1000 lists William Whitmer (MP 50.4, 7342), Allison Bros. (MP 51.8, 7343), J. D. Long (MP 52.0), Station (MP 52.0), B. Cohn (MP 52.1), and Whitmer & Sons No,. 2 (MP 52.2); town is now called Rising Springs.

The 1923 CT1000 lists Public Track (MP 42.6, 7342), Spring Milling Co. (MP 51.9, 7343), Passing Siding (MP 52.1), Station (MP 52.2), and Allison Bros. (MP 52.2).

The 1945 CT1000 lists Spring Milling Co. (MP 51.9), Station and Public Delivery (MP 52.2), Sheffield Farms Co., Inc. No. 1 (MP 52.2), and Dairymen's League Co-operative Ass'n, Inc. No. 1 (MP 52.3)

6762 Huntingdon2 6752 Huntingdon

huntingdon 1965 2 Near the station, 1965.

huntingdon 1965 1965.
huntingdonstation 1971 1971. ND Huntingdon PA


Due to constrained availability of information on car names, paint schemes, etc., I am modeling a JES train as of the 1957 refresh of the cars.

The paint scheme was pastel blue with dark blue lines and lettering...

The car names known to be: Raleigh, Syracuse, York, Hamburg, Shelby, Florence, Clearfield, Charleston, Charlotte, Danville, Elmira, Corning, and Binghamton. Stratesville, already known as car #1, was also on the train. [Passenger Car List] 

Photographic evidence also maps the CHARLESTON car to #11 and the CORNING to #13.

The 1957 train was known to run with 50 cars, including 14 "coaches," 34 flats (Warren & Mount Vernon), a box car and a stock car. I figure a good representation will be 20-22 cars, so I am shooting for seven "coaches," 14 flat cars, and a stock car.