CR 6270 at Jacks Narrows, PA in 1979

CR 6270 at Jacks Narrows, PA in 1979

Location

Pittsburgh LineJacks Narrows, PA
United States
40° 23' 21.0516" N, 77° 53' 57.2856" W
CR SD40 6270 leads a westbound through the area known as Jacks Narrows, just west of Mount Union, PA. This area takes its name from Captain Jack Armstrong, a mid-18th century pioneer and trader who was murdered by local indians and is believed to have been buried on the shores of the Juniata River in this vicinity.
Photo By: 
Dick Bregler
Photo Date: 
01/01/1979
Conrail Road Number(s): 
CR 6270
Predecessor Paint Scheme(s): 
PC

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