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Here’s an old post card lacking a date on the back. The postcard was sent from a Huntingdon …

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Date unknown, short branch of the H&BT Railroad in Smithfield is in the center of this p…

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Here’s a rare photo of the timber-hauling Diamond Valley Railroad which once served northern…

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Know any of these youngsters? The picture was taken at a soap box derby event in Huntingdon,…

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A Huntingdon and Broad Top Mountain Railroad steam locomotive and tender appears on the turn…

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Recognize these folks? The picture was taken several decades ago in front of a Chevrolet dea…

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Here’s an photo of Mel Isett, well-known and retired Huntingdon area businessman and civic l…

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The late Bruce Lane of Todd checks out East Broad Top Railroad’s steam locomotive No. 14 at …

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Can the readers identify this gentleman? The undated photo was given to the Broad Top Area C…

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The famous Eagle Hotel is seen in this undated photo. A mainstay of Orbisonia’s history for …

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There were several newspapers serving Huntingdon County prior to The Daily News. One of them…

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Columnist Ron Morgan believes this is a photo of a train wreck on the Huntingdon and Broad T…

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Let’s go to the movies! Unfortunately, the “grand old” Grand Theatre, once a popular cinema …

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Here’s an early scene of the Waterfall Rolling Mill which once stood in northeastern Fulton …

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Can any of the readers — particularly fans of the East Broad Top Railroad — identify the two…

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The early 1960s saw the opening of the new Tussey Mountain High School, major changes in dow…

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Larry Williams appears in his Saxton home, where the avid Huntingdon and Broad Top Railroad …

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Did you know that baseball great, “Nellie” Fox (1927-1975) was born in the St. Thomas area o…

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A group of Broad Top area baseball players appear at Broad Top City during the early 1950s. …

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The Orbisonia High School Band marches past the old Alpine Theatre in downtown Orbisonia. Ca…

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Ron Morgan needs information about these youngsters who appeared at an event in Woodvale a n…

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Remember the Shapiro Theatre at Mount Union? Many movie-goers from the Mount Union area and …

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Remember the popular Ford’s Service Station located on the northern end of Shade Gap, along …

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Can readers help identify the members and officers of the Saxton American Legion Post 169 in…

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This picture isn’t historical in nature, but we thought the readers would enjoy it anyhow. T…