50 Years Ago
Railroad to Cut Cost
February 16, 2023
Herald of Feb. 22, 1973
The trustees of the bankrupt Penn Central Railroad are proposing to cut costs by abandoning the 3 mile Bloomfield branch from Roaring Spring to Ore Hill, the 8.2 mile Springfield branch from Ganister to Ormenia, and the line between Williamsburg and Alexandria, which stretches 11.3 miles, but was heavily damaged by flooding..
Roaring Spring became a member of the Southern Blair County Police Radio Network with the installation of a base system at the police office, a remote station at the home of Mrs. Aldi Reininger, the police dispatcher, and a mobile unit in the p...
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