Beaver Springs station

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 liss 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).

Valuation Maps

PRR.v16.0.PA 23 1927 MP23 M003813PRR.v16.0.PA-23_1927_MP23  
PRR.v16.0.PA 24 1921 Beaver Springs MP24 M003814PRR.v16.0.PA-24_1921_Beaver_Springs_MP24  

 

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

Beaver Springs station, looking eastward. 1917 I.C.C. photo; National Archives

beaversprings

GenNeg 26380 cat beaversprings 1953