That line is of the Wilmington & Northern`s French Creek Branch all part of the Ex. Reading Company. In fact in the village of St. Peters there were two railroad companies at one time.
The Delaware River and Lancaster Railroad (or Sow Belly as the locals called it), was chartered on June 23, 1890 and went from French creek Jct. at the village of Kimberton to Falls of French creek ( St. Peters Village ) a total of 12.6 miles. This line was then referred as the French Creek Valley line in later years. Stops along the way were , French Creek Jct. , Kennedy, Wilson, Hollow, Sheder, Pughtown,Coventryville, Rock Run and St. Peters. So ladies and gentlemen if you're not going to theses places you're on the wrong train. All Aboard.
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