Warren, Ohio Question(s)

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Warren, Ohio Question(s)

Postby XC Tower » Fri Mar 03, 2017 1:25 pm

Hello,
I posted this question on the Midwestern forum with no results. Yesterday, I passed through Warren, Ohio, seeing a railway line through the city, wondering if it was former Erie Lackawanna, when I spotted a wooden freight station by it, saying "Warren" with a keystone incorporated in it! Any history of the line? Seeing that station was a really pleasant surprise!
On a side note: driving back towards Cleveland, I spotted two tracks really rusted in the brush, passing under Ohio Route 82.....The former ERIE/ Erie Lackawanna main?
Lastly, there is a steel mill with the large letters "OSP" with a single track leading to it a bit farther to the northwest....Any info on it?

Thank You.



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