The 1884 Form 76 lists Beavertown (MP 25.6). It separately lists Beavertown Passing Siding (Loc 1576) and J. S. Wood & Son (Loc 1577).
The 1900 CT1000 lists J. S. Wood & Son and W. B. Winey & Bro. (MP 25.6).
The 1923 CT1000 lists a Station (MP 25.4) and Passing Siding (MP 25.5).
The 1945 CT1000 lists a Station (MP 25.4) and Hill Brick Co., Inc. (MP 25.6).
On Sunday, August 14, 1955, the Snyder County Centennial Train Ride from Selinsgrove to McClure and back took place from 1 :00 PM to 5 :30 PM. This special passenger train of the famed Pennsylvania Railroad, the nation’s largest at the time, passed through Beavertown going westward and returning eastward, and as such was the last train ever to transport passengers on the PRR. Sunbury & Lewistown line. The first passenger train that traveled on the Sunbury and Lewistown Railroad was on Dec. 1, 1871. The train was in operation until early 1960's but was not a passenger train after 1955.
Aerial view of Beavertown showing the location of the Beavertown Railroad Station
and S & L Railroad tracks. Beavertown Historical Society.
Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps (1923)
1925 Pennsylvania Railroad Industrial Directory
Receivers | Shippers | Commodities
|Beavertown Shirt Company|
r = Receiver s = Shipper
These entries were possible through the work of Stephen Tichenal.
Station (MP 25.4)
Beavertown tool house and station, looking eastward.
1917 I.C.C. photo; National Archives
Hill Brick Co., Inc. (MP 25.6)