Here is the source for the map:
A blueprint copy of the above map and its notes was sold at the PennCentral auction at 30th St. Station in the early 1970s. There have been published photos of what I think is the scene in
Note C: "Stone tie and three pairs of square stone blocks, at south corner of row of dwellings". For photographic purposes, long dowels or rods had been pushed into the spike or bolt holes in the tops of the stones.
Here is what I mentioned in a previous post, but only 1 track's square ties remain, the stringers are gone.
Note G South side of Midvale Ave., opposite Methodist Home for the Aged. Double track as in F, but on tangent.
These traces should also still be visible today:
Note K East and west slopes of side-hill cuts, on east side of excavation of Schuylkill Division, Pennsylvania R.R. and south of highway bridge carrying Montgomery Ave. over said division.
At the N.E. corner of Ford Road and Parson's Ave., Mr. J.S. Parsons has built a corner post containing several of the old square stone R.R. blocks.
I think that a few disturbed square stone blocks can be found near back streets in:
Note QR Between Q and R the line has been entirely obliterated by the building operations which produced the newer part of Narberth.