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Pennsylvania Lines

R. J. Corman's longest short line railroad, at more than 200 miles, is the Pennsylvania Lines. The line operates in the Pennsylvania coal fields east of Pittsburgh between Cresson in the south and Keating in the north. Coal is the primary freight, though trains also move brick, lumber and rock salt. The Pennsylvania Lines connect in the north and south with Norfolk Southern Railroad.

Location: Yard Office in Clearfield, PA

Length: Total of 207 miles

Start-Up Date: 1995

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Aaron Smith
Asst. Division Manager

PO Box 751
River Road off SR 322
Clearfield, PA 16830
Phone: 814-768-7555
Fax: 814-768-7573

Tim Potts
Account Manager

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