Descarga documento en formato original siguiente últimoDescription: skew arch bridge AlleghenyPortageRailroad. In 1840 people could travel to Pittsburgh......of cargo to and from the rail cars saved both time and money for commercial and freight users.Add your comments for this page here. All fields are required.Incline Plane No. 6 on the eastern slope of Allegheny Mountian. This Plane was the longest at 2,713...The PortageRailroad carried canal boats over the mountains from Hollidaysburg to Johnstown. It was...Painting of Engine House No. 6 near the Summit of Allegheny Mountain, and the Lemon House, c. 1830s.AlleghenyPortageRailroad Plane 10AlleghenyPortageRailroad Plane 3AlleghenyPortageRailroad Plane 1AlleghenyPortageRailroad National Historic SiteReconstruction of the wooden rails with iron straps that supported the first Portage RR. The wood...AlleghenyPortageRailroad Plane 9The AlleghenyPortageRailroad was the first railroad constructed over the Allegheny Mountains. This...AlleghenyPortageRailroad Plane 7AlleghenyPortageRailroad Plane 2The original Portage RR, one of the first funiculars in the world at this scale, used a counter...Town Hall, New Castle, Delaware (n.d.)The AlleghenyPortage was an incline railroad built to let canal traffic get over the Allegheny...Staple Bend Tunnel west portal. The first railroad tunnel built in America, and is 700 feet long....Diane Garcia of the AlleghenyPortageRailroad National Historic Site stated that she saw lists, by...Modern reconstruction of the Engine House No. 6 on its orginal site near the Lemon House (photo...Information courtesy of National Park Service The AlleghenyPortageRailroad was the first railroad...Diane Garcia of the AlleghenyPortageRailroad National Historic Site stated that she saw lists, by...Sectional canal boat and steam locomotive from the late 1830s, on display at the A.P.R.R. National...Diane Garcia of the AlleghenyPortageRailroad National Historic Site stated that she saw lists, by...Diane Garcia of the AlleghenyPortageRailroad National Historic Site stated that she saw lists, by...AlleghenyPortageRailroad, Cresson, PA (1839)...boats carried different freights including: cargo, mail, and passengers in that order of importance.