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Type Current
Blairsville 205 East Market Street
(GPS: 40.431376, -79.260774)
P Business ???? In Use Brick
Blairsville North of Market Street behind the passenger station to the NW
(GPS: 40.432002, -79.261291)
F Civic ???? In Use Brick
Blairsville NE corner of Old Main Street and Liberty Street
(GPS: 40.426969, -79.266902)
P Residence 1852 Gone Wood
Indiana 1125 Philadelphia Street
(GPS: 40.623530, -79.161523)
P Vacant 1904 In Use Wood
Jacksonville 9826 PA286 West
(GPS: 40.541994, -79279128).
P Tavern 1912 Gone Wood/
Saltsburg 320 Point Street
(GPS: 40.485171, -79449808)
P Civic 1864 Gone Stone/
Shelocta North side of US-422, west side of tracks
(GPS: 40.654396, -79.284666)
C Business ???? In Use Wood  
Black Lick Sanborn Maps show this station to have been a combined passenger and freight building. It was located in the northeast quadrant of the crossing of the railroad and Main Street on the west side of Black Lick. The PRR was relocated slightly east and to higher ground with the construction of the Conemaugh Dam and the station does not appear to have been reconstructed. The station site is located partially under fill for the current Campbells Mill Road (GPS: 40.471973, -79.199012).
Blairsville There was a freight station on East North Avenue at GPS: 40.432546, -79.262616. It is shown on the 1903 map, but on the 1909 map the platforms have been removed and the bulding is being used as a planing mill (H.W. Ferguson Planing Mill). The 1897 map shows there was a baseball field here with a grandstand, then the freight station building was there on the 1903 and 1909 maps. In 1915 a baseball field with grandstand is shown here again. The station likely was taken out of service with the coming of the low grade line nearby.
Bow Called "Tunnel Station" until 1885. Not to be confused with the CNJ's "Tunnel Station" in Luzerne County.
Carlson The Cambria & Indiana RR formerly the Blacklick & Yellow Creek RR was originally established in 1904 and changed ownership and names in 1909. It was mostly a coal-hauling RR, but did offer passenger service via mixed trains. Passenger operations ceased aorun 1932.
Cherry Tree This was the original station likely built in 1893. It burned down and was replaced by the station listed below.
Cherry Tree Photo taken circa 1930. Second station to exist on site, replaced original one which burned down. It was on the east side of Front Street on the west side of the tracks at GPS: 40.726954, -78.806097. Note the PRR style station sign, without the Keystone (possibly a hint to the joint NYC/PRR CT&D operations). New York Central passenger operations ceased circa 1930s. Pennsylvania/Cherry Tree & Dixonville passenger operations ceased 1947.
Clarksburg Based on the stream and road crossing in the photo, this shelter was likely located on the south side of present-day Park Drive on the northwest side of Clarksburg (GPS: 40.537740, -79.374983).
Clymer This station was located on the Western Branch of the Cherry Tree & Dixonville Railroad in Clymer, Pennsylvania. It served both the New York Central and the Pennsylvania railroads. The CT&D was jointly used by the NYC & PRR - it had no trains of its own. The station was built in 1906. NYC passenger service ended in 1933 and PRR passenger service ended in 1947. The station was NW of Adams Street and NE of Penn Street at approximately GPS: 40.671168, -79.013895.
Cush Cushion  
A new station was built here in 1892.
Fleming Summit This station was on Fleming Summit Road in the northwest quadrant of the railroad crossing at GPS: 40.723785, -78.905083.  
Gipsy Freight station.
Glen Campbell  
Glen Campbell This station was built in 1889, the year the borough was founded.
Goodville This station was located on the south side of the railroad tracks approximately 200 feet west of the bridge carrying the railroad over Goodville Road (GPS: 40.888784, -79.197527). There was a driveway leading downgrade from the station to the road that appears to still exist albeit overgrown with vegatation.
(Possum Glory)
The station was originally known as Possum Glory even though the town was always called Heilwood. That station's name was officially changed to Heilwood in 1912.
Homer City This station was located approximately at the present-day turn lane from US-119 southbound to Ridge Avenue westbound (GPS 40.538879, -79.155924). The station was along the BR&P Lucerne Branch.
Homer City This station was located at present-day 240 East Main Street in the southeast quadrant of the railroad crossing (GPS: 40.544703, -79.161649). The site is currently occupied by the Homer Center Historical Society. Thieves looted the depot and blew the safe here on September 10, 1909 making off with $50.
Indiana There may have been a wood frame station here first, but the first brick station was on the NW corner of Phildelphia Street and 8th Street at GPS: 40.623141, -79.154847. There was a brick freight station next to it on the north side. The 1887 map shows these as seperate buildings, but the 1892 map shows them joined together. A freight shed and platform were later added on to the north side of the building. The tracks ended at water street with a couple of tracks serving businesses on the north side of Water Street.
Indiana In 1907 a new wood freight station was built on the south side of Water Street at GPS: 40.624230, -79.155490.
Indiana Sometime between 1910 and 1916 this previos brick passenger/freight combination station was torn down and a new brick passenger-only station was built on essentially the same site (GPS: 40.623450, -79.154813). Passenger service ended in 1940 and this station was demolished in 1967.
Indiana There was a freight station on the south side Water Street between North Station Avenue and North 11th Street at GPS: 40.624356, -79.161300.

This station, built in 1905, sat in a valley a short distance outside of town close to the mine tipple. It was removed in 1930s or 40s. Some previously claimed that the old company store in town was the station, but it was not.

(Bells Mills)
This station was off Bells Mills Road in the vicinity of GPS: 40.475352, -79.181918.
(Bells Mills)
This station was off Bells Mills Road in the vicinity of GPS: 40.475065, -79.180681. Both the PRR and BR&P had small stations here with the B&RP station being just to the NW of the PRR station. The PRR had a small freight station next to it's passenger station. Both stations were likely erected around 1906 with the contstruction of the Josephine Blast Furnace.  
Marion Center This station was located approximately 400 feet north of PA403 on the east side of the BR&P Indiana Branch (GPS: 40.769178, -79.056556).
Oak Tree This town is called Hamill, but the station was referred to as Oak Tree.
Pine Flats Shelter was located on the Possum Glory Branch of the Cherry Tree & Dixonville Railroad between Manver (the interchange yard with the Cambria & Indiana Railroad) and Wandin (the CT&D's main line).
Pine Flats  

The passenger station was located on the west side of Central Street between the intersections of West Side Street and Hill Street (GPS: 40.895915, -78.934918)

Rossiter The freight station was located approximately 100 feet south of the passenger station (GPS: 40.895685, -79.934889).
Rossiter A new wooden cottage-style station was built in 1904.
Rossiter Junction
A new depot was built here in 1907.
Saltsburg This station, built in 1884, was on Washington Street at GPS: 40.486415, -79451823.
Scott Glenn  
Station was known as Kelly until 1885.
Wilgus Freight station.
Notes About Existing Stations...

Blairsville (PRR) - This was the first station in the town of Blairsville. I was previously told that, "Due to the Johnstown Flood of 1889, the railroad right-of-way and station site was relocated to higher ground. This put the main line the greater part of a mile east, and so a new station was constructed." However, that story doesn't jive with old maps as the current track alignment and station location are shown on the 1871 map. You can't tell which station is at the site in 1871, but the 205 East Market Street site is certainly the same. 

Saltsburg (Northern Pennsylvania RR) - Built by local stone masons John Martin and S.S. Jamison. The Northwestern PA RR was acquired by the Western Pennsylvania RR in 1860s and then by the PRR in 1880. When the PRR acquired the station, it moved the line and built a new station in 1884 on Washington St. The station served as town hall from 1886-1927, a bowling alley from 1950-1978, and currently  houses borough offices and the police department. A fire destroyed part of the building in 1978 and the appearance was altered.