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Huntingdon & Broad Top Mountain Coal Company

Written by jbritton. Posted in Guide

Overview

History  -- Wikipedia.

The railroad was constructed to haul coal out of the Broad Top area, to provide rail service to the Bedford Springs Hotel , and probably to continue southward towards Cumberland, Md.

Once described as "the best small railroad that ever went broke!"

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Maps

From the 1873 Atlas of Huntingdon County, following line north to south:

Historical topographic maps, following line north to south:

  • 1901 Huntingdon NE Quad - Includes Smithfield (S. Huntingdon), McConnellstown, and Grafton.
  • 1901 Huntingdon NW Quad - Includes Marklesburg and Entriken.
  • 1901 Huntingdon SW Quad - Includes Marklesburg, Entriken, Beaver, and Cove.
  • 1900 Everett NE Quad - Includes Saxton (and Riddlesburg, Hopewell, and Cypher).
  • 1930 Broadtop NW Quad - Includes Saxton, Coalmont, Dudley, and Broad Top City (Shoups Branch); Defiance Coaldale, and Finleyville (Six Mile Run Branch); and Langdondale and Kearny (Sandy Run Branch).
  • 1900 Everett NE Quad - Includes (Saxton and) Riddlesburg, Hopewell, and Cypher.
  • 1900 Everett SE Quad - Includes Riddlesburg, Hopewell, Cypher, Tatesville, Everett, and Mt. Dallas.
  • 1900 Everett SW Quad - Includes Tatesville, Everett, and Mt. Dallas.

1895 map of Railroads in Huntingdon County.

1895 map of Railroads in Bedford County.

Valuation Map, Sheet 22 of 22 -- North end of railroad. Courtesy of Jerry Britton. (Scan pending.)

Misc. Documents

The PRR July 1, 1900 Form CT1000, List of Stations and Sidings and Instructions for Making Reports to the Superintendent Car Service  includes an H&BTM List of Stations and Sidings.

1942, Sept. 27, Employee Timetable  -- Includes List of Stations and Sidings.

1945, July 24, Dispatcher's Record of Movement of Trains. Courtesy of Jerry Britton. (Scan pending.)

1953, April 15, Public Timetable.

Photographs

Jerry Britton's H&BTM Photo Gallery.

Suggested Reading

Baughman, Jon D. and Morgan, Ronald L., From Coal to Glory -- The History of the Huntingdon & Broad Top Mountain Railroad & Coal Co., Voume I, 1852-1874, copyright 1988.

Baughman, Jon D. and Morgan, Ronald L., From Coal to Glory -- The History of the Huntingdon & Broad Top Mountain Railroad & Coal Co., Voume II, 1874-1900, copyright 1992.

H&BTM Rail Trail 

Rosters

These rosters are incomplete.

H&BTM LOCOMOTIVE ROSTER UNIT ROSTER
No. Type Term Notes
"Beaver" 0-8-0 Built by Baldwin in 1850. Leased from PRR. Used in the construction of the H&BTM.
"Bedford" 1855 -  Built by Norris.
"Broad Top" 1856 -  Built by Norris.
"Meteor" 1856 -  Built by Lancaster Locomotive Works.
"Hiawatha" 0-8-0 1856 -  Built by Baldwin. Switchback engine. Rebuilt in 1862.
"S. Morris Waln" Built by Norris. Returned to builder in 1858; sold to Hanover Branch RR 1858.
"Highlander" 0-8-0 1858 -  Built by Baldwin.
"Constitution" 0-8-0 1858 - Built by Baldwin. 
129 2-6-0 1858 - 1858 Built by Smith & Perkins in 1856. Leased from PRR.
44 2-6-0 1858 - 1858 Built by Baldwin in 1852. Leased from PRR.
47 2-6-0 1858 - 1858 Built by Baldwin in 1843. Leased from PRR.
67 4-4-0 1860 - 1860 Built by Baldwin in 1853. Leased from PRR.
? 1860 - 1860 Leased from PRR.
122 4-4-0 1860 - 1860 Built by Baldwin 1856. Leased from PRR.
95 0-8-0 1860 - 1860 Built by Baldwin in 1854. Leased from PRR.
139 4-4-0 1860 - 1860 Built by Baldwin. Leased from PRR.
49 2-6-0 1860 - 1860 Built by Baldwin in 1853. Leased from PRR.
70 4-4-0 1860 - 1860 Built by Baldwin in 1853. Leased from PRR.
76 2-6-0 ? Built by Smith & Perkins in 1853. Leased from PRR.
"Baltimore" 0-8-0 1861 -1862  Leased from Winans.
"Col. Paxton" 1861 - 1862 Built by Baldwin in 1855. Leased from Swatara. 
"Louisiana" 0-8-0 1861-1862 Leased from Winans.
"Perry" 0-8-0 1861 - 1867 Built by Baldwin in 1848 as PRR "Perry". Sold to the Philadelphia & Reading in 1849. Purchased by the H&BTM in 1861. Scrapped in 1867.
"Connecticut" 1862 - 1862 Leased. 
"Pennsylvania" 0-8-0 1862 -  Built by Baldwin.
"Robert Morris" 0-8-0 1862 -  Built by Baldwin.
"Baltic" 0-8-0 1862 - 1867 Built by Baldwin in 1849 as Mine Hill & Schuylkill Haven RR No. 10. Sold to the Philadelphia & Reading in 1850, named "Baltic". Sold to the H&BTM in 1862. Scrapped in 1867.
"Dauphin" 0-8-0 1862 - 1867 Built by Baldwin as PRR "Dauphin" in 1848. Sold to the Philadelphia & Reading in 1849. Sold to the H&BTM in 1862. Scrapped in 1867.
"Oneida" 0-8-0 1863 -  Built by Winans.
"Tuscarora" 0-8-0 1863 - 1868 Built by Winans. Blew up in September 11, 1868, with the loss of four lives.
 "Delaware" 4-6-0  1863 -  Built by Norris.
"Huntingdon" 4-4-0 1864 -  Built by Lancaster Locomotive Works.
"Juniata" 4-6-0 1865 -  Built by Norris.
"James Long" 4-6-0 1869 - 1869 Built by Baldwin. Sold to the PRR in 1869 as No. 472. Scrapped 1892.
? 0-8-8 1869 -  Built by Baldwin in 1857 as PRR No, 129. Rebuilt by Altoona in 1867. Purchased by the H&BTM in 1869. Thought to be one of the unknown numbered locomotives.
? 0-8-0 1870 -  Built by Baldwin in 1857 as PRR No, 128. Rebuilt by Altoona in 1866. Purchased by the H&BTM in 1870. Thought to be one of the unknown numbered locomotives.
? 4-4-0 1870 - Built by Norris. Originally PRR No. 68 ("Bald Eagle"). Sold to the H&BTM in 1870. Thought to be one of the unknown numbered locomotives.
? 0-8-0 1872 - Built by Baldwin. Originally Schuylkill Haven & Lehigh RIver RR "Panther". Sold to Mine Hill RR and numbered 31. Sold to Philadelphia & Reading and numbered 128. Sold to the H&BTM in 1872. Thought to be one of the unknown numbered locomotives.
? 0-8-0 1863 - Built by Baldwin. Originally Schuylkill Haven & Lehigh RIver RR "Tiger". Sold to Mine Hill RR and numbered 32. Sold to Philadelphia & Reading and numbered 129. Sold to the H&BTM in 1872. Thought to be one of the unknown numbered locomotives.
1
2 2-8-0 1889 - Built by Baldwin.
3
4
5
6
7 2-8-0 1886 - 1910 Built by Baldwin. Sold to H. S. Kerbaugh in 1910.
8 2-8-0 1891 - 1910 Built by Baldwin. Sold to H. S. Kerbaugh in 1910.
9 2-8-0 1886 -  Built by Baldwin.
10 2-8-0 1886 -  Built by Baldwin.
11 2-8-0 1886 - 1915 Built by Baldwin. Sold to Juniata Southern in 1915.
12 2-8-0 1886 -  Built by Baldwin.
13 2-8-0 1886 -  Built by Baldwin.
14 4-6-0 1869 - <1886 Built by Baldwin.
2-8-0 1886 -  Built by Baldwin.
16 4-4-0 1872 -  <1888  Built by Baldwin.
2-8-0 1888 - <1890 Built by Baldwin.
2-8-0 1890 - Built by Baldwin.
17 4-4-0 1872 - <1890 Built by Baldwin.
2-8-0 1890 - Built by Baldwin.
18 4-6-0 1872 - <1886 Built by Baldwin.
2-8-0 1886 - Built by Baldwin.
19 4-6-0 1872 - <1886 Built by Baldwin. Sold to Bloomsburg & Sullivan No. 3.
2-8-0 1886 - <1891 Built by Baldwin. Sold to Shenley-Morrison by 1911.
2-8-0 1891 - Built by Baldwin. 
20 4-6-0 1872 - <1886 Built by Baldwin. 
2-8-0 1886 - <1891 Built by Baldwin. Sold to H. S. Kerbaugh, to Shenley-Morrison by 1911. Sold to Reading Engr. Col. by 1920.
2-8-0 1891 -  Built by Baldwin.
21 4-6-0 1872 -  Built by Baldwin. Sold to West Va. Improvement Co.
2-8-0 1887 - 1887 Built by Baldwin.
2-8-0 1887 - <1891 Built by Baldwin.
4-4-0 1891 - Built by Baldwin.
22 4-6-0 1872 - <1887 -  Built by Baldwin. Sold to Winfield RR as No. 101; then to N. K. Sneed. 
2-8-0 1887 - <1888 Built by Baldwin.
2-8-0 1888 - <1893 Built by Baldwin.
2-8-0 1893 - Built by Baldwin.
23 4-6-0 1872 - <1893  Built by Baldwin.
2-8-0 1893 -  Built by Baldwin.
24 4-4-0 1873 - <1893 Built by Baldwin.
4-4-0 1893 - Built by Baldwin.
25 4-4-0 1873 - <1893 Built by Baldwin. Sold to Central Reforma.
4-4-0 1893 - Built by Baldwin.
26 2-8-0 1873 - <1895  Built by Baldwin.
2-8-0 1895 - Built by Baldwin.
27 4-6-0 1873 - <1900 Built by Baldwin.
4-6-0 1900 - Built by Baldwin.
28 4-6-0 1873 - <1902 -  Built by Baldwin.
2-8-0 1902 - Built by Baldwin.
29 4-6-0 1873 - <1902 Built by Baldwin.
2-8-0 1902 - Built by Baldwin.
30 4-4-0 1907 - 1949 Built by Baldwin. Scrapped in 1949.
31 2-8-0  1910 - (photo 1953) Built by Baldwin.
32 2-8-0  1910 - (>1952) Built by Baldwin. Awaiting repairs in 1952.
33 2-8-0  1921 - (>1952) Built by Baldwin. Awaiting repairs in 1952.
34 2-8-0 1921 - (>1952) Built by Baldwin. Awaiting repairs in 1952.
35 4-6-0 1921 - 1934 Built by Baldwin. Sold to Susquehanna & New York as No. 119 in 1934. Sold to Clarion River RR as No. 119 in 1947. Scrapped in 1952.
36 4-6-0 1921 - 1953 Built by Baldwin. Sold to Canada & Gulf Terminal. Scrapped 1953.
37 2-8-0 1927 - (photo in 1953)  Built by Baldwin.
38 2-8-0 1927 - 1954 Built by Baldwin. #38 was the last steam locomotive acquired new by the Huntingdon & Broad Top Mountain Railroad, the last steam locomotive that they operated, and is the last H&BTM locomotive in existence. After the H&BTM closed in 1954, #38 went on to serve in excursion service at Rail City Museum, the Livonia Avon & Lakeville, the Gettysburg Railroad, and the Knox and Kane. Like #11, #38 is also undergoing rebuild and is not currently in service.
40 2-8-0 1947 -  Built by Baldwin in 1895 as West Va. Central No. 30. Sold to Western Maryland as No. 351. Sold to H&BTM in 1947. Awaiting disposition in 1952.

 Note: An 0-6-0 in Dudley, Pa., is lettered for the H&BTM as #39, but it was not an H&BTM locomotive.

H&BTM FREIGHT CONDENSED ROSTER
AAR Number Series Description 12/1897 10/1900 10/1907 9/1954
1-250 25 Ton Hopper Gondola 200 108 0 0
HM 200-249 50 Ton Steel Gondola 0 0 47 1 (#202)
251-2650 30 Ton Wood Hopper Gondola 2400 2400 1633 0
2651-3150 40 Ton Wood Hopper Gondola, GN 0 500 491 0
2656, 2670, 2830, 2904, 2952, 3048, 3061, 3069, 3097 50 Ton Steel Gondola 0 0 9 0
3151-3250 50 Ton Steel Gondola 0 0 100 0
HM 3251-3750 50 Ton Steel Gondola, ACF/PSC 0 0 500 62
GB 3752-3811 50 Ton Steel Gondola 46', G221 0 0 0 7

1 Built in 1918 to Pennsy standards with drop bottom doors. Rebuilt in the late 1920s with a tight floor, running to abandonement of the railroad in March 1954.

H&BTM PASSENGER UNIT ROSTER
No. Type Term Notes
14 Miner's Coach - 1953 A wooden car, miner's coach 14, was disassembled in 1953 or 1954.
27 Coach 1929 - Post Built by Brill in 1929 as H&BT motor car M-39. In 1942, the gas electric was wrecked and converted into a coach. After the H&BTM closed, this locomotive was sold to the Rail City Historical Museum. Later acquired by the Central New York Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society and sits restored at their Central Square Station Museum.
5436 Railway Post Office - Post Ex-PRR class MBM-62 #5436 (appears on PRR's 1923 roster). After the H&BTM closed, this locomotive was sold to the Rail City Historical Museum and eventually scrapped.

 

H&BTM NON-REVENUE UNIT ROSTER
No. Type Term Notes
2 Crane  
3 Crane
3 Caboose 1856 - 
4 Crane
12 Caboose (photo 1890-1900) Side door caboose.
15 Caboose - Post Ex-PRR class ND. Presently at the Williams Grove Steam Association.
16 Caboose - Post Ex-PRR class ND. Presently at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
17 Caboose - Post Ex-PRR class ND. After the H&BTM closed, this locomotive was sold to the Rail City Historical Museum; current whereabouts unknown.
X2 Work Box  
X3 Work Box  
X4 Work Gon  

Scale Models

Hopper -- Westerfield #7413 "As Built"; #7464 "Modernized".

Gondola -- Westerfield #1204 "As Built"; #1255 "Modernized".

RPO #5436 -- Con Cor.

Track Guide

The following is a tour of the H&BTM, starting in Huntingdon, Pa., and proceeding south to Mt. Dallas, Pa. Click on the link of a location for more information (if available). If you have photos to contribute to various locations, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Full attribution will be provided. Thank you.

The Listing of Stations and Sidings comes from the 1942 Employe Timetable of the H&BTM. The "400 Number" is a unique identifier the railroad uses for shipping references.

Different names for locations at different times are noted in italics. Locations no longer in service in 1942 are also indicated in italics; mileage is not indicated due to inconsistencies in measurement over time.

400
Number
NameDist.
from
Huntingdon
†† HL Huntingdon (Passenger Station) § 0.0
Huntingdon (Junction Penna. R.R.) * 0.3
Bridge over Juniata River
Huntingdon (So. Huntingdon Coal Wharf) 0.6
Huntingdon (So. Huntingdon Freight Station) 0.6
Huntingdon (Sinclair Refining Company) § 0.6
Huntingdon (Penna. Industrial School) §
Listed as Penna. Ind. Reformatory in 1900.
0.6
Huntingdon (Tidewater Oil Company) § 0.6
Huntingdon (Kann Brothers) 0.6
Long Siding (Yard) † 0.7
Huntingdon (Pa. Sewer Pipe Co., Lim.) § listed in 1900.
Long Siding (Scale) † 1.3
4104 McConnellstown (Station) 4.4
4105A Junction McConnellstown Branch * 4.8
4105C A W Steele § 5.5
4106 Hesston (Station)
Listed as Grafton in 1900.
7.0
4108 Stump Hill (Juniata Furnace & Foundry Co. No. 2) § listed in 1900.
4109 Brumbaugh (Station) * 9.5
4109A Cambria Clay Company § 9.7
4110 Marklesburg (Station) 11.1
4110A Marklesburg (Passing) † 11.2
4111 Fouse listed in 1900.
4114 Entriken (Station) 14.5
4115 Seventeen (Passing) † 15.5
4116 Hummel (Station)
Listed as Beaver in 1900.
17.7
4118 Russell (Colonial Iron Co. No. 4) § listed in 1900.
4119 Cove (Station) * 20.0
4120 Fishers (Passing) † 20.4
4123 Saxton Furnace (Saxton Iron Co.) § listed in 1900.
Bridge over Raystown Branch Juniata River
‡ SX Saxton (North End Yard) † 23.8
Saxton (Station) 24.1
Saxton (Scale) † 24.1
Saxton (Junction Shoups Branch) * 24.4
Shoups Branch
4203 Pennsylvania Edison Company § 24.8
4204 Puttstown listed in 1900.
4206 Donelson listed in 1900.
4207 Coalmont (Station) * 27.1
4207A Junction Coalmont Branch * 27.6
Coalmont Branch
Not listed in 1900; may be Evans R. R. on 1873 Atlas.
4207B Shifting †
Possibly remnants of Gordon Colliery No. 2 on 1930 map.
28.0
4208G Maurer Colliery No. 2 (Penn Reliance Mining Co.)
Possibly Coalmont Colliery No. 1 on 1930 map.
29.0
4208B Hickory Hill (Station) * 29.6
4208C Hickory Hill Colliery (Blair Eng. & Supply Co.)
Likely Penn Central Colliery No. 1 on 1930 map.
29.6
4208D End of Coalmont Branch 29.8
4210 Junction Millers Run Branch * 28.0
Millers Run Branch -- Built 1908
4279 Heilner (Station) * 29.1
4280 Double Buck Colliery (Houck & Altobelli)
Possibly Franklin Colliery No. 1 on 1930 map.
29.2
4280A McClain Colliery No. 1 (McClain Coal Co.)
Possibly Franklin Colliery No. 1 on 1930 map.
29.2
4281 Franklin Colliery No. 2 (Kenrock Coal Co.) §
Appears on 1930 map.
(The 1930 map shows a Puritan Colliery at the end of the line which does not appear in any listings to date.)
29.5
4211 Hickes Coll. (A. H. & A. G. Hickes) § listed in 1900.
Likely Melrose Colliery on 1930 map.
4213 Reed Coll. (C. D. Reed) § listed in 1900.
Benedict Colliery on 1930 map.
4215 Huntingdon Colliery No. 2 (W. H. Sweet) § listed in 1900.
Likely Hillside Colliery on 1930 map.
4216 Midlothian Colliery No. 2 (W. W. Reed Coal Co.)
Appears on 1930 map.
29.0
4217 Midlothian Colliery No. 1 (W. W. Reed Coal Co.)
Appears on 1930 map.
Listed as Huntingdon Colliery No. 1 (W. H. Sweet) § in 1900.
29.0
4219 Dudley (Station) * 29.4
4221 Ocean Coll. No. 1 (W. H. Sweet) § listed in 1900.
4222 Ocean Colliery No. 5 (Shannon Co.) §
Shown on 1930 map.
31.3
4223 Fisher Colliery No. 2 (John Heaton)
Listed as Ocean Coll. No. 2 (W. H. Sweet) § in 1900.
32.0
4225 Fisher Coll. (E. Eichelberger & Co.) § listed in 1900.
4227 Carbon Coll. (W. H. Sweet) § listed in 1900.
4229 McClain Colliery No. 3 (McClain Coal Co.)
Likely Black Colliery No. 3 on 1930 map.
33.3
4229B Ruth Colliery (Ruth Coal Co.) §
Shown on 1930 map.
33.2
4229C Broad Top City (Station) 33.4
‡ SX Saxton (Shops) 24.7
Saxton (Enginehouse) † 25.4
Saxton (Public Track) 25.5
Saxton (South End Yard) † 25.2
4126 Crescent Pipe Line § listed in 1900.
4127 Clark * 26.6
4128 Riddlesburg (Passing) † 28.7
Junction Six Mile Run Branch * 29.3
Six Mile Run Branch -- Built 1862
4228 Riddlesburg Coal & Iron Co. No. 4 § 29.4
4229 Riddlesburg Coal & Iron Co. No. 5 § 29.5
4230 Tussey Colliery No. 1 (Young & Weimert) §
Tussey Colliery No. 2 (McClain Coal Co.) §
29.7
4231 Durham Coll. No. 1 (Colonial Iron Co. No. 3) § listed in 1900.
4232 Durham Coll. No. 2 (Colonial Iron Co. No. 2) § listed in 1900.
4233 Defiance (Station) * 30.8
4234 Brown Colliery (Riddlesburg C. & I. Co.) §
Listed as Harvey Coll. (Harvey Coal Mining Co.) § in 1900.
31.2
4235 Glendale Colliery No. 4 (Langdon Coal Co.) § 31.4
4235A Rommell (Station)
Listed as Coaldale * in 1900.
31.7
4236 Cunard Coll. (Morrisdale Coal Co.) § listed in 1900.
4238 Crescent Coll. No. 2 (Crescent Coal Mining Co.) § listed in 1900.
4240 Bacon Colliery No. 4 (E. Eichelberger & Co.) § 32.3
4241 Bacon (Passing) † 32.4
4241A Junction Shreeves Run Branch * 32.8
Shreeves Run Branch
4242 Bacon Colliery No. 2 (E. Eichelberger & Co.) §
Listed as Eureka Coll. (Morrisdale Coal Co.) § in 1900.
33.0
4243 Shreeves Run Colliery No. 8 (H. F. Lorenz Coal Co.) §
Listed as Cresent Coll. No. 3 (Crescent Coal Mining Co.) § in 1900.
33.7
4244 Shreeves Run Colliery Nos. 1 and 2 (J. M. McIntyre & Co.) §
Listed as Cresent Coll. No. 3 (Crescent Coal Mining Co.) § in 1900.
33.8
4245 J. M. McIntyre & Co. §
Listed as Warner Coll. (Lambirth Coal Mining Co.) § in 1900.
34.1
4252 End of Six Mile Run Branch * 32.9
4129 Riddlesburg (Station) 29.4
Riddlesburg (Riddlesburg Coal & Iron Co. No. 1) §
Listed as Riddlesburg (Colonial Iron Co. No. 1) § in 1900.
29.4
Riddlesburg (Riddlesburg Coal & Iron Co. No. 2) § 29.4
Riddlesburg (Riddlesburg Coal & Iron Co. No. 3) § 29.4
4131 Hopewell (Station) 31.5
4132 Junction Sandy Run Branch † 31.8
Sandy Run Branch
4254 Sandy Run Branch Junction Scale † 31.8
4255 Atlantic Refining Co. §
J. H. Simon §
31.9
4256 Junction Longs Run Branch * 32.7
Longs Run Branch -- Built 1883
4258 Langdondale (Station) * 32.8
4258A Zeth Colliery (Zeth Coal Co.) § 34.1
4259 Kearney (Station) * 35.0
4260 Kearney-Barnett Colliery (Kearney Coal Co.) § 35.2
4262 Cambria Slope Colliery No. 2 (Bambling & Grace) § 33.1
4265 Sandy Run (Station) 34.4
4266 Keystone Colliery No. 1 (Keystone Coal Co.) § 34.5
4267 Cambria Colliery No. 1 (Kuhstos & Bambling) § 34.9
4269 Buffalo Colliery (J. H. Simon & Son) § 35.2
4269A Harriet Colliery (J. H. Simon & Co.) § 35.3
4270 Seaboard Colliery No. 1 (Foreman-White Coal Co.) § 35.7
4272 Run-around † 36.3
4133 Kimber Run Siding listed in 1900.
4135 Cypher (Passing) † 35.3
4136 Cypher (Station) 36.2
4137 Brallier (Passing) † 37.6
4138 Brallier (Station) * 38.1
4140 Tatesville (Station) 40.5
4141 Pittsburgh Silica Sand Co. § 40.2
4141C Pittsburgh Silica Sand Co. § 40.5
4141A Tecumseh 40.6
4141B Summit (Passing) † 40.9
4142 Henry
Listed as Tecumseh Tannery (Elk Tanning Co.) § in 1900.
42.2
4142A Central Chemical Co. † 42.5
4143 Everett (Everett Forest Products Co.) § 42.8
Everett (Lumber Track) 42.9
Everett (Station) Everett was originally named Bloody Run. 43.0
Everett (Coal Wharf) 43.0
Everett (Public Track, H. F. Gump & Son, H. E. Laher) 43.1
Everett (Factory) 43.3
4143A Gulf Refining Company § 43.5
MD Mt. Dallas (Passing) † 43.8
Mt. Dallas (End of Yard) * 44.1
Mt. Dallas (Junc. Bed. Div. P. R. R.) † listed in 1900.
* No Siding
§ For individual use
† Siding -- No ca-load delivery
†† HL Includes all points in Long Siding Yards not otherwise designated.
‡ SX Includes all points in Saxton Yard not otherwise designated.

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