Over 100 years ago, believe it or not, this little piece of heaven along the Youghiogheny River was a bustling little lumber and coal town of Indian Creek, PA. On the other side of the B&O stone bridge was another bridge and connection to the Indian Creek Valley Railroad. The town had over 200 residents with the aforementioned lumber and coal industries. After a few buyouts, ultimately with the B&O being the final purchaser and dwindling industrial needs, the town is no longer and the railroad abandoned. The B&O stood strong, although not as much today with current events, but still carries freight on the CSX freight arteries including here along the Youghiogheny River and the beautiful Laurel Highlands.
Q370 heads east across the stone arch bridge at Indian Creek, PA on a beautiful summer morning along the Youghiogheny River and through the Laurel Highlands.