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East Broad Top Railroad Resources: Home

Resources for projects about or related to the East Broad Top Railroad located in Rockhill Furnace, Pennsylvania.

The East Broad Top Railroad

"The East Broad Top is many things — a delightful family destination, a National Historic Landmark, a great volunteer opportunity, an unparalleled preservation undertaking, and more. The railroad, which was built beginning in 1872, is the only surviving three-foot gauge common carrier railroad east of the Rocky Mountains. And its shops, parts of which date to the 1880s, are among the best-preserved examples in the U.S. of a late-19th-century/early-20th-century industrial complex — in this case, powered by an overhead belt system driven by a stationary steam engine."

- East Broad Top Railroad "About." Accessed July 24, 2020.

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FEBT - Timber Transfer Magazine


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*Note, the library does not have access to any of the following issues: 

  • Vol. 1, Issues 1 - 6 
  • Vol. 2, Issues 1 - 3  
  • Vol. 4, Issue 1