Beaver Springs was originally known as Adamsburg/Adamsburgh.
The 1884 Form 76 lists the location as Adamsburg (MP 23.4). It also lists C. P. Swegle & Co. (Loc 1572) and Helfrich & Smith (Loc 1573). Though not indated as part of the Adamsburg location, the 1884 Form 76 does list A. M. Smith No. 2 (Loc 1570) separately.
The 1923 CT1000 lists the location as Adamsburg with Rooke & Bucher and A. M. Smith (MP 23.2), A. Kreeger and Allen Fulz (MP 23.2), and a Station (MP 23.4).
The 1923 CT1000 lists the location as Beaver Springs with a Passing Siding (MP 23.1), Supplee-Wills-Jones Milk Co. (MP 23.2), James W. Herman (MP 23.2), and a Station (MP 23.3).
The 1945 CT1000 lists Dairyman's League Co-operative Ass'n., Inc. No. 1 (MP 23.2), James W. Herman (MP 23.2), and a Station (MP 23.3).
1925 Pennsylvania Railroad Industrial Directory
Receivers | Shippers | Commodities
|J. W. Herman (see below)|
|J. F. Erdley|
|J. W. Klingler|
|Romig & Erdley|
|L. F. Troxell & Son|
r = Receiver s = Shipper
These entries were possible through the work of Stephen Tichenal.
Dairyman's League Co-operative Ass'n., Inc. No. 1 (MP 23.2)
The 1923 CT1000 lists this entity as Supplee-Wills-Jones Milk Co.
James W. Herman (MP 23.2)
The 1923 CT1000 lists the same name as the 1945 edition.
Station (MP 23.3)
Beaver Springs station, looking eastward. 1917 I.C.C. photo; National Archives