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Cumberland, Maryland (Railroads)

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tropical storm Agnes, plus economic conditions. This caused the railroad to ask the ICC to abandon this line. On July 22 and August 19, 1917, the Pennsylvania Railroad ran special excursions to Bedford, Hollidaysburg, and Altoona. The trains left from the Western Maryland Railroad Station in Cumberland at 8:00 AM and left the following stations - State Line, 8:15 AM; Cooks Mills, 8:21 AM; Hyndman, 8:29 AM; Wills Creek, 8:31AM; Fossilville, 8:36 AM; Madley, 8:41AM; Bard, 8:45 AM; Buffalo Mills, 8:49 AM; Sulphur Springs, 8:55 AM; Manns Choice, 8:59 AM; Napier, 9:04 AM; Wolfsburg; 9:08 AM; Bedford, 9:14 AM; Chalybeate, 9:2 0 AM; Yonta, 9:26 AM; Hughes, 9:2 9 AM; Smiths Crossing, 9:33 AM; Cessna, 9:37 AM; Fishertown, 9:42 AM; Reynoldsdale, 9:47 AM; Osterburg, 9:52 AM; Imler, 9:57 AM; Queen, 10:00 AM; Sproul, 10:04 AM; Claysburg, 10:12 AM; East Freedom, 10:21 AM; Hollidaysburg, 10:40 AM, and arrive at Altoona at 10:55 AM.


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Miller, Herman J.

Mayor and Council, City of Cumberland


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27 x 20 cms

Stegmaier, Harry

Cumberland (Md.), history

Cumberland (Md.), 1700-1976

Western Maryland Regional Library
100 South Potomac Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

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