Heritage: York & Cumberland Railroad, Northern Central Railway
CT 1000, 1945: Eastern Region, Central Pennsylvania Division, Philadelphia Division, Northern Central Railway
Maryland Division ETT, 1954: Eastern Region, Philadelphia Division, Northern Central Branch
In Newberry Township, John Souders recalls, "...down by Cly they had a sulfite mill where they made matches, they had a match factory there, and you come up a little further and they had a paper mill, well, first of all, when you come up above that, H. L. Newman and Company had the big ice houses there along the railroad. And they cut ice for the ice cream plant [in York, I believe]. Then you come on up further, they had a felt mill, made paper there in Cly."
|Ruins of Felt Mill at Cly.|
Order is south to north. Distance from Baltomore (passenger station)...
Yard (MP 96.8)
CLY Tower (MP 97.5)
Station (MP 97.5)
|CLY, 1982.||CLY, 1982.|
Newberry Township: The Beginning, 1700-1900, Newberry Township Heritage Committee, 1988, Centre Square Press, Mechanicsburg PA.