Sunday, January 31, 2010
Friday, January 29, 2010
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
We never figured out what this stone abutment is from. It's along the Laurel Line's Dunmore Branch in Nay Aug Park, high above the Lackawanna Railroad's bridge over Roaring Brook, near the west end of Nay Aug Tunnel. Judging by the age of the stonework, it would seem to predate the Laurel Line which was constructed in 1905.
On Sunday we stopped by this small chunk of the Laurel Line's Dunmore Branch at Nay Aug Park. This branch was abandoned in late 1945, and most of it was later buried by Interstate 81. However a few small stretches remain.