PENNSYRR.COM by Jerry Britton


Heritage: Pennsylvania Railroad

CT 1000, 1945: Eastern Region, Eastern Pennsylvania Division, Middle Division, Main Line

Middle Division ETT, 1954: Eastern Region, Middle Division, Main Line

Thompsontown was founded in 1755 by William Thompson. It is home to the oldest church in Juniata County.

Valuation Maps


PRR.v7.1.PA 026 1949 MP139 M007118

PRR.v7.1.PA-026_1949_MP139 (PRRT&HS)


PRR.v7.1.PA 027 1949 MP140 M007122

PRR.v7.1.PA-027_1949_MP140 (PRRT&HS)

PRR.v7.1.PA 028 1927 MP141 Durward M003913

PRR.v7.1.PA-028_1927_MP141_-_Durward (PRRT&HS)

PRR.v7.1.PA 028 1949 MP141 Durward M007123

PRR.v7.1.PA-028_1949_MP141_-_Durward (PRRT&HS)


PRR.v7.1.PA 029 1949 MP142 M007124

PRR.v7.1.PA-029_1949_MP142 (PRRT&HS)


PRR.v7.1.PA 030 1949 MP143 Thompsontown M007125

PRR.v7.1.PA-030_1949_MP143_-_Thompsontown (PRRT&HS)


1925 Pennsylvania Railroad Industrial Directory

Receivers | Shippers | Commodities

Edward S. Thompson
r - s Feed
s Flour
s Grain
T. W. Haldeman
r - s Feed
s Flour
s Grain
VanDyke Silica Brick Co. (On Location: 232 - Vandyke Silica Brick Co.)
s Brick / Fire

r  = Receiver     s = Shipper
This directory is not by any means a complete list of companies or commodities.

These entries were possible through the work of Stephen Tichenal.
More information at Rails & Trails.


Distance from Harrisburg... 

Station (MP 37.7)

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thompsontown 1965Thompsontown station in 1965.

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Carload Delivery (MP 38.1)


Other Images

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