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From: Frank Adams Frank DOT P DOT Adams AT wcom DOT com
Date: Thu, 03 Apr 2003 22:53:36 -0700
Subject: RE: (erielack) FW: DL & W winton branch
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The attached map is from 1939, the DL&W Winton Branch is listed as
abandoned, however, it appears that the Erie serviced the Underwood breaker
complex in Throop.


-----Original Message-----
From: erielack-owner AT lists DOT railfan DOT net
[]On Behalf Of Paul R.
Sent: Thursday, April 03, 2003 4:56 PM
To: erielack
Subject: (erielack) FW: DL & W winton branch

Can anyone help Tony?

-----Original Message-----
From: Maryton212d AT aol DOT com [mailto:Maryton212d@aol DOT com]
Sent: Monday, March 31, 2003 7:31 PM
Subject: DL & W winton branch

as with most railfans,my early interests have branched out.I live in
Scranton PA,and recently discovered a bunch of guys with an intertest in
the anthracite coal mines of the area.(although a little dangerous,we
behave safely) but anyway,I was wondering if anyone has any pics(for my
private viewing) of the Underwood colliery,located in Throop PA(few
miles southeast of Scranton) I believe it was served by the winton
branch,and the colliery closed in 1954(deep mining) but a strip mine was
later located there,and served by the EL.Any help would be greatly
appreciated-Tony Wilson PS I will enclose a link to there website The
Underground Miners Website


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