In the early 1900s travelers could go anywhere by train. America s train stations provided a doorway to the world becoming the heart of each community. They were part of everyday life serving as a backdrop for many mileposts in our country s history. From these stations loved ones tearfully said goodbye as soldiers departed for two World Wars and cheered these heroes on their return. Presidential candidates criss-crossed the country bringing their message to the people from each station s platform.
Pennsylvania Train Stations Restored and Revitalized takes viewers on an unconventional journey to uncover the richness of these beautiful memorials to railroading and meet the people who saved them. Produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting this film captures the charm and nostalgic beauty of stations brought back to life in exciting and unusual ways.Features segments on Pennsylvania landmarks such as:- DiSalvo s Station Restaurant (Latrobe Westmoreland County)- The Frame Station & Gallery (Berwyn Chester County)- The Public Library (California Washington County)- Shoeyville (Shoemakersville Berks County)- Chestnut Ridge Station (Palmerton Carbon County)- East Mahanoy Junction (Barnesville Schuylkill County)- The Station Restaurant (Tarentum Allegheny County)- Union Street Station (Pottsville Schuylkill County)- Youghiogheny Glass (Connellsville Fayette County)- Stoneboro Station (Clarks Mills Mercer County)- Historical Museum (Beaver Beaver County)- Seiple Station (Sunbury Northumberland County)- Woodring Station (Sunbury Northumberland County)- Columbia Station (Phoenixville Chester County)- Tourist & Promotion Agency (Washington Washington County)- The Pennsylvanian Apartments (Pittsburgh Allegheny County)