mcclure station

The 1884 Form 76 lists McClure (MP 17.1).

The 1900 CT1000 lists Marcy & Co. and a Station (MP 17.1).

The 1923 CT1000 lists Storage (MP 16.5), John I. Gill (MP 17.0), Atlantic Refining Co. No. 17 (MP 17.0), a Passing Siding (MP 17.0) and a Station (MP 17.1).

The 1945 CT1000 lists Station (MP 17.1).

Valuation Maps

PRR.v16.0.PA 16 1927 MP16 M003809PRR.v16.0.PA-16_1927_MP16 PRR.v16.0.PA 16 1949 MP16 M003381PRR.v16.0.PA-16_1949_MP16 
PRR.v16.0.PA 17 1918 MP17 M003810PRR.v16.0.PA-17_1918_MP17  
PRR.v16.0.PA 18 1920 McClure MP18 M003811PRR.v16.0.PA-18_1920_McClure_MP18  

 

Station (MP 17.1)

McClure station 1940s McClure station in the 1040s. Joe Henry Kline photo. McClure Station laterMcClure Station after an expansion of the freight side of the building.
mcclure McClure water McClure standard 23,628-gallon water tank and sand house.
1917 I.C.C. photo; National Archives.

 

1955 Excursion

GenNeg 26381 cat mcclure 1955
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