Friday, September 30, 2011
East of Huntingdon, PA, the Pennsylvania Canal in foreground crosses Standing Stone Creek. The Juniata River is in distance. The artist is looking east. Circa 1840 before the construction of the Pennsylvania Railroad line now owned by the Norfolk Southern Company.
From artist Thomas Moran's sketchbook of the Juniata River Valley east of huntingdon, PA, looking east. Circa 1870.
This photograph east of Huntingdon, PA, circa 1870, shows the Pennsylvania Canal and tow path in the right hand corner of the image. The larger body of water is the Juniata River.
East of Huntingdon, PA, from Route 22 looking east in 2005. The Norfolk Southern line on its original Pennsylvania Railroad 1850's alignment is seen through the brush at lower right.
Looking east from the Blair factory building. The now preserved Huntingdon signal tower is in the right lower corner of the circa 1920 view. Both the passenger stations for the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Huntingdon Broad Top Mountain Railroad are in the center of the image. The Juniata River is to the right.