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Photo ID: 691414

The Pittsburg & Shawmut Brookville turn kicks up snow that blows across the cemetery in Timblin, Pennsylvania. Today it would be appropriate for a headstone to be on the roadbed.

Railroad: Pittsburg & Shawmut
Locomotive: EMD SW9
Location: Timblin, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: PS 1866
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: March 07, 1985


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By: Doug Lilly

Added: Mar 20, 2019

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Photo ID: 691169

The Pittsburg & Shawmut Brookville passes the one-time depot at Timblin, Pennsylvania. A look at Google maps reveals that nothing related to the railroad, including the station, is left today.

Railroad: Pittsburg & Shawmut
Locomotive: EMD SW9
Location: Timblin, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: PS 1866
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: March 07, 1985


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By: Doug Lilly

Added: Mar 18, 2019

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Photo ID: 630042

BVL-1 crosses the Brookville Viaduct as it approaches Brookville.

Railroad: Pittsburg & Shawmut
Locomotive: EMD SW9
Location: Brookville, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: PS 1866
Train ID: PS BVL-1
Photo Date: October 06, 1994


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By: Ed Wolfe

Added: Sep 10, 2017

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Photo ID: 629367

A Pittsburgh and Shawmut coal train passes through Knoxdale on its return to Brookville, Pa.

Railroad: Pittsburg & Shawmut
Locomotive: EMD SW9
Location: Knoxdale, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: PS 1866
Train ID: PS BVL-1
Photo Date: October 06, 1994


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By: Ed Wolfe

Added: Sep 04, 2017

Views: 967
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