No Trespassing Signs
- Andy,I'm pretty sure the "No Tresspass" signs you refer to are gone.The only one left that I am aware of is hidden in the woods in Johnstown, far from any current road. I don't believe it's readable anymore.-Aaron
- Hi Aaron,
I'm shooting for 1958 or '59 so these signs would still be all over the
Aaron Keller wrote:
> I'm pretty sure the "No Tresspass" signs you refer to are gone.
> The only one left that I am aware of is hidden in the woods in
> Johnstown, far from any current road. I don't believe it's readable
- Hi Andy,
Carville Leather, where abouts would that be? I see on Google Earth and
in the background of one of a shots Gino sent of the West Montgomery
railroad crossing there is what appears to be a nice brick mill in the
block just north west of the crossing. Wasn't served by rail but any
idea what it was? I'm tempted to draw what I can of it as the roof line
sticks up above the trees.
> Paul: Sorry its taken awhile to respond.
> I see now that the Commons Road whistle signal is gone.
> There are a couple of "stumps" of whistle signal uprights
> left and they are round posts about 2 1/2 inches in diameter.
> Regarding the no trespassing signs Aaron referred to, there are
> at least two left (one just north of the Rail Park in G-ville and one
> near Carville Leather in J-town. The sign posts for both are
> railroad track rails. ---Andy Fusco
- Andy,Carville leather is the old Knox Gelatine Plant off of Chestnut St which runs south/west to State Rt 30 A very near to the Industrial Park or if going east becomes Madison Ave .There is a large brick building to the northwest of that on W. Montgomery St that used to be the Johnstown Knitting Mill . I believe that closed in the early to mid 1990's .I have not gone by there recently to know if something else has gone in there it was for sale .Phil Danylak
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