Pennsylvania Railroad
Title:
Pennsylvania Railroad
Rockville Pennsylvania (PA), Jumbo/Large Format

Description:
Former Pennsylvania Railroad steam locomotives once again tread over familiar rails as the pair doublehead a National Railway Historical Society Convention Special. 7002 and 1223 and train pause at Rockville tower just north of Harrisburg, Pa., August 23, 1985. Both steam locmotives are leased by the Strasburg Rail Road from the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. E2 No. 7002 was built by Juniata in 1902 but it is now actually class E7s No. 8063 also built in 1902. D16 No. 1223 was also built by Juniata, in 1906.


This deer was captured and rescued
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This deer was captured and rescued
Rockville Pennsylvania (PA), Real Photo unused

Description:
This deer was captured and rescued from the dogs May 5th 08 after swimming the Susquehanna River, by Harry Stahler at Rockville PA



Rockville United Brethren Church
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Rockville United Brethren Church
Rockville Pennsylvania (PA), White Border unused

Description:
Erected in 1930 by H.A. Sherk and Son at a cost of $25,000,000. Sunday School convenes at 9:30 A.M. Christian Endeavor at 6:45 P.M. and the Church Services at 7:30 P.M. You are always welcome and will find a helpful atmosphere at all our services.


Dutch Maid Drive In
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Dutch Maid Drive In
Rockville Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
James E. Hess Creators of Dutch Maid Ice Cream. Situated along the bautiful Susquehanna River, one mile south of the world's longest stone arch bridge, at Rockville, on Penna. Route 14 and US Routes 22 and 322, seven-tenths of a mile north of the boundary limits of Pennsylvania's capital city, Harrisburg. Dining room service. Famous for Dutch Maid burgers and jumbo milk shakes. Dexter Press, Inc.



Pennsylvania Railroad
Title:
Pennsylvania Railroad
Rockville Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Frank Ferguson The National Railway Historical Society's Convention Special crosses the Rockville Bridge over the Susquehanna River just north of Harrisburg, Pa., August 23, 1985. The former Pennsylvania Railroad steam locomotives are leased to the Strasburg Rail Road from the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.


P.R.R. Bridge, the Longest Stone Arch Bridge in the World
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P.R.R. Bridge, the Longest Stone Arch Bridge in the World
Rockville Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge at Rockville
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Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge at Rockville
Rockville Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge at Rockville, above Harrisburg. Built in 1900 the largest Four-track Stone Bridge in the World. Approximate Cost, $1,500,000


P.R.R. Bridge
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P.R.R. Bridge
Rockville Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Jan-23

Description:
The longest stone arch bridge in the World



The Pennsylvania Railroad Stone Bridge
Title:
The Pennsylvania Railroad Stone Bridge
Rockville Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
The new bridge over the Susquehanna River, at Rockville, Pa. West of Harrisburg is the famous new bridge crossing the Susquehanna River. The width is 52 ft. It has room for four tracks. It contains 240,000,000 lbs. of stone. The length is 3,830 ft. making it the longest stone bridge in the world.




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