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Where was this photo taken and who are the people in the automobile? What make and model is …

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Here’s an undated photograph of the old Wolf Furniture Co. store which once served the furni…

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Here’s an undated postcard with the words “Catholic Church and Parsonage, Huntingdon.” appea…

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A postcard scene of historic Huntingdon County looking east from the county seat of Huntingd…

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Here’s a timetable for the old Diamond Valley logging railroad which operated in northern Hu…

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Dennis Brown of Chambersburg, formerly of Mount Union, emailed the columnist several interes…

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During early spring 1954 nearly all of the Huntingdon and Broad Top Mountain Railroad’s roll…

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Homemade food, a playground, overnight accommodations and Esso gasoline were offered to the …

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A postcard scene is marked “Public School Rockhill, Pa.” Was there a school in Rockhill that…

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The opening of the narrow gauge East Broad Top Railroad in 1874 was prompted by the need to …

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Civil War reenactors took part in a demonstration firing at the Shade Gap Picnic Grounds som…

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The late Johnny Young of Robertsdale stands in front of an old steam shovel on the East Broa…

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Here’s a photo of a large group of men standing outside the Rockhill American Legion Post. T…

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Can any of the readers help identify this photo? The scene is of a high school football team…

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Recognize any of these Broad Top area coal miners? The photo was taken in the late 1980s dur…

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Here’s a collection of photos taken of the Entriken area, date unknown. The H&BT Railroa…

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Huntingdon continues to serve as an important transportation hub in central Pennsylvania. In…

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Attention Broad Toppers! Do you recognize the baseball players in a 1988 photo of the Broad …

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In this undated postcard photo, the Lester Hotel of Huntingdon is on the left while the Penn…

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Here’s a wide angle photo of the once-prosperous mining village Joller situated in Todd Town…

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Here’s an undated photo of the popular “Keystone Ramblers,” an early country music group hea…

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Here’s a rare scene of one of the standard gauge Huntingdon and Broad Top Mountain Railroad’…

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In a 1980s photograph a west-bound freight train passes the retired HUNT Signal Tower, along…