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Older residents of Huntingdon may remember this scene from the glory days of the Pennsylvani…

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This undated postcard scene of the legendary Pennsylvania Railroad Station at Huntingdon rec…

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Can readers identify the location of this old bridge? There’s no writing on the back of the …

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It was winter when this early 1950s photo was taken in front of the old Robertsdale High Sch…

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The historic “Greenwood Works” was once a striving ironmaking complex situated in northeaste…

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This is what downtown Saxton looked like in 1969. Note the Ben Franklin Store on the left. D…

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Columnist Morgan continues his search for information about the Alpine Theatre which once op…

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Can the readers help provide the names of these H&BT Railroad workers? The photo is beli…

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Help us identify these former employees of the Huntingdon and Broad Top Mountain Railroad. T…

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A few weeks ago a photo of Marklesburg appeared in this spot. One of the readers, Colby Grub…

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We need the readers assistance identifying this undated, photo. Is the group of people stand…

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Recognize any of these pressmen? In the undated photo, several Daily News employees appear b…

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Attention James Creek readers. Here’s an undated scene of Marklesburg. Can the readers help …

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Can the readers identify the folks in this undated photo? Are the people associated with the…

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Here’s another mystery photo taken in Saxton alongside the now-demolished H&BT Railroad …

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There is no date listed on the back of this very old postcard, but judging from the clothes …

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Recognize this photo? Your help is needed in identifying the location. On the back of the ag…

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A group of unidentified men were somewhere in the Huntingdon/Smithfield area in this undated…

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During the late 1800s and into the early part of the 20th century the logging industry was o…

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A postcard, date unknown, features the old Pennsylvania Railroad mainline right of way along…

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A sign appearing many years ago along Route 26 in the Cherrytown area of Hopewell Township r…

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Yes, the traveling public is fed up with the continuous increases in tolls to drive over the…

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Can the readers identify these people and the location? Columnist Ron Morgan believes the ph…

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The past meets the present in this photo of a group of outdoor enthusiasts making their way …

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Help us identify the men in this photo. They apparently are East Broad Top Railroad maintena…