Mount Gretna Narrow Gauge Railway
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Mount Gretna Narrow Gauge Railway was a 2 ft gauge narrow gauge line of the Cornwall and Lebanon Railroad in the state of Pennsylvania that operated between 1889 and 1916. The Cornwall and Lebanon Railroad earlier had established a station and picnic ground at Mount Gretna. The Gilded Age iron industrialist and railroad president Robert Habersham Coleman decided that a 4-mile narrow gauge railroad to the top of nearby Governor Dick Mountain would provide an additional tourist draw, and a 0.6-mile spur at milepost 0.75 could service the Pennsylvania National Guard rifle ranges nearby. The line was built to the rare and very narrow gauge of 24 inches.
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- 13 Jul 2011
- United States