|Bard||Route 96, the station sits right off the road.||C||Vacant Residence||????||Gone||Wood|
|Everett||West 5th Street||P||Civic||????||Gone||????|
|Everett||West 5th Street||F||Civic||????||Gone||Wood|
|Second Street||F||Railroad||????||In Use||Wood|
|STATIONS OF THE PAST|
|Bedford||According to the 1877 map, the passenger and freight stations were along what is now Industrial Avenue west of Richard Street (US-220). The freight station was closest to Richard Street with the passenger station being more to the west.|
(Six Mile Run)
|Cove||The 1877 Bedford County Atlas shows this station right on the Bedford side of the Bedford/Huntingdon County line.|
The B&O station was constructed in 1883. The photos show all the stations.
|Kinton's Knob||This shelter was located near Sulphur Springs|
|Mount Dallas||Also called "Mt. Dallas Depot" on old maps.|
|North Point||The 1877 map shows a depot here on the north side of the tracks.|
|Piper's Run||The 1877 map shows a depot here.|
|Saxton||This depot was on Station Street on the south side of the tracks.|
|Wills Creek Station|
|Wolfsburg||This depot was NW of Country Ridge Road on the south side of the tracks.|
|1895 BEDFORD COUNTY RAILROAD MAP|
|Notes About Existing
Bard (MC&H) - Tracey (Pringle) Hinson writes... I lived in this house in the 1970's and was told that it served as a train station for passengers in the late 1800's, early 1900's. It does have an enormous room at the side of the house that could have served as a passenger waiting area. There is also a smaller room near the tracks that possibly served as the ticketing area. I was told when originally built, the house/station also had rooms for rent. I would love to be able to research the house's history, but live in New England now. I hope this information is helpful. My parents left the property abandoned in the mid-late 70's and I believe nobody has lived there since. I have been to this house when I have visited family and although in bad condition, it could be possibly rehabilitated. --Tracey (Pringle) Hinson.
Everett (H&BTM) - The Huntingdon and Broad Top Mountain RR that was part of the same corporation as the East Broad Top RR but was standard gauge. It ran from Huntingdon to just outside of Bedford (Mt. Dallas) and was abandoned in 1954. See this page for more info.