The York Haven Line has its roots in the independent Northern Central Railway which fully merged into the Pennsy in the 1910s. In the early 1900s, in conjunction with the construction of Enola Yard, the Atglen & Susquehanna "low grade" route from Enola to Parkesburg was constructed. From Enola to Wago junction, the two two-track lines paralleled each other, appearing as a four track main. This segment was collectively named the York Haven Line.
The following is a tour of the York Haven Line, starting in Wago Junction, Pa., to beyond Marysville, Pa., based on the 1945 edition of the Pennsylvania Railroad CT1000 -- List of Stations and Sidings.
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|565||Wago Junction, Pa.||Junc. Maryland Division - Northern Central Railway|
|568||York Haven, Pa.|
|569||Cly, Pa.||CLY Tower & Interlocking|
|575||Marsh Run, Pa.|
|580||New Cumberland, Pa.|
|LY||Lemoyne, Pa.||LEMO Tower & Interlocking|
|H||Harrisburg, Pa.|| STATE Tower & Interlocking
Junc. Philadelphia Division - Main Line
|584||Low Grade Junction|
|585||West Fairview, Pa.||DAY Tower & Interlocking|
|MV||Marysville, Pa.|| BANKS Tower & Interlocking
Junc. Middle Division - Main Line