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Buffalo & Susquehanna Railroad

Originally named the Sinnemahoning Valley Railroad, the Buffalo & Susquehanna Railroad was started in 1885 by the Goodyear brothers. (see the lumber railroad engine.) At its' peak the Buffalo & Susquehanna provided service from Buffalo, New York all the way down to the coal mining region near Sagimore, Pennsylvania. The Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) Railroad acquired the line in 1932 and later divested it in 1949.

 
Baggage handlers at the Galeton stop Austin, Pennsylvania
Engine #124 in 1907  Another shot of engine #124 in 1907 A head on train wreck in Genesee, Pennsylvania
 
Stemwinder-Dinky Engine at the Goodyear
 Lumber Company, Conrad/Hull, Pennsylvania
Stemwinder-Dinky Engine at the Goodyear Lumber Company, Conrad/Hull, Pennsylvania



 
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