PENNSYRR.COM by Jerry Britton

The Williamsport & Linden Branch was built to allow traffic to bypass the congestion of Williamsport. Around 1960 it actually became the "main line" and the connection to Williamsport became the "branch". A record dated 6/8/61 and requested permission to abandon .75 miles between MP 249 and 250, which is Allens tower to approximately the passenger station in Williamsport. 

Track Guide

The following is a tour of the Williamsport Division Williamsport & Linden Branch, based on the 1945 edition of the Pennsylvania Railroad CT1000 -- List of Stations and Sidings.

Click on the link of a location for more information (if available).

Location Notes
675  Williamsport, Pa.  (Allen's) Junc. Williamsport Division - Main Line - East Conn.
7376 So. Williamsport, Pa.  
7382   West Branch Sand & Gravel Co.
682   Junc. Williamsport Division - Main Line - West Conn.