Pictures of Hanover Junction

Hanover Junction, Pennsylvania. Passenger train and crowd at station, 1863
Hanover Junction, Pennsylvania. Passenger train and crowd at station, 1863

Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, CALL NUMBER: LC-B811-2330[P&P] 01530u

Hanover Junction Railroad Station, 1863

Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, CALL NUMBER: LOT 4164-D; Reproduction Number: LC-USZ62-124420 3c24420v

Hanover Junction, Pennsylvania, 1863, Hanover Junction station.

Detail of crowd waiting on platform.
War Department Office of the Chief Signal Officer, Mathew Brady Studio, National Archives NAIL Control NWDNS-111-B-360, ARC Identifier: 524779

Hanover Junction, Pa. Passenger train at depot
Hanover Junction, Pa. Passenger train at depot

Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, [CALL NUMBER LC-B811-2332[P&P] cwpb-01534

Hanover Junction. Photograph purportedly showing Lincoln, 1863.
Hanover Junction. Photograph purportedly showing Abraham Lincoln, 1863.

Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, CALL NUMBER: LOT 4164; [reproduction number LC-USZ62-50366] 3a50436u

Hanover Junction Railroad Yards, 1863
Hanover Junction Railroad Yards, 1863

Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, CALL NUMBER: LOT 4161; Reproduction Number: LC-USZ62-68619 3b16077u

Note: This is Hanover Junction, PA, not Hanover Junction, VA
2330 Hanover Junction

Civil War Richmond
(www.mdgorman.com/Photographs/Anthony/2330.htm)

E.&H.T. Anthony

Hanover Junction, Pa. Passenger train at depot
Hanover Junction, Pa. Passenger train at depot

Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, CALL NUMBER: LC-B811- 2332[P&P] cwpb-01535

Junction Hotel, 1863
Junction Hotel, 1863.

Cropped portion of Digital ID: cph 3b16077
Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, [reproduction number LC-USZ62-68619]

No. 502 approaching Hanover Junction, 2:05 P.M.

Bridge at Hanover Junction, PA burned by Confederates before the battle of Gettysburg

Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, [reproduction number LC-B811-2333 P&P] cwpb-01537

Codorus Bridge
Codorus Bridge washed out after hurricane Agnes, 1972

Hanover Junction, PA. View of railroad station and boscars.
Hanover Junction, Pennsylvania. View of railroad station and boxcars

Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, CALL NUMBER: LC-B811-2332[P&P]; Reproduction number LC-DIG-cwpb-01532

No. 533 arriving at Hanover Junction

May 31, 1953

PRR Bridge over Codorus, Hanover Junction
Hanover Junction, Pa. – Passenger Concrete Bridge replaced washed out bridge over Codorus

Hanover Junction Pennsylvania State Historical Marker

“Here, Nov. 18, 1863, a special train carrying Abraham Lincoln and party to Gettysburg for dedication of National Cemetery changed railroads. Earlier in that year, wounded soldiers were transported from Gettysburg battlefield to this Junction, thence to distant hospitals. It was a chief point on the Military Telegraph line, 1863.”
— Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission

H.I. Glatfelter Cigar Mfg.
Employees of H.I. Gladfelter Cigar Mfg., Hanover Junction, PA
Dedication of Hanover Junction Station, November 18, 2001

Roger Shaffer (with red tie)

Hanover Junction Station, 1918

Hanover Junction Coal Yard, 1917

From collection of R.L. Williams

Hanover Junction, PA

Station house in deteriorating condition

Dedication of Hanover Junction Station, November 18, 2001
Dedication of Hanover Junction Station, November 18, 2001

Diehl’s School, North Codorus Township, York County, Pennsylvania
Close-up of Wilferd J. Shaffer standing at door – Hanover Junction Station

Helen Nicolay
Helen Nicolay, daughter of John Nicolay, President Lincoln’s Secretery, at Hanover Junction
W.S. Henry & Son General Merchandise, Hanover Junction

“Looking North from top of signal tower.”
Curve at Hanover Junction

Track Workers at Hanover Junction

Left to Right:
At station: Roger Shaffer, Wilferd J. Shaffer (station agent)
On Track: Levi Miller, John Keesel, James Newcomer, Harry Smith
About 1920

Conductor McCauley
Conductor C.E. McCauley

No. 553 leaving Hanover Junction

Village of Hanover Junction

Hanover Junction, late 1920s
The Henry residence, 1953. Formerly the Junction Hotel.

Jim Newcomer, 1940, at Hanover Junction
PRR 4-6-2 No. 993, 4:58 P.M.

Milepost 46
Pennsylvania System, Eastern Region, Southern Division, Baltimore Division Employee Time Table No. 5

Pennsylvania System, Eastern Region, Southern Division, Baltimore Division Employee Time Table, page 38.

House across tracks from Hanover Junction railroad station where RES grew up after moving out of the station.
Mine Entrance

Pennsylvania Railroad Passenger Time Table, 1941. Cover view.

Passenger Time Table showing Hanover Junction stop.
Pennsylvania Railroad Passenger Time Table, 1941
RES photo on bridge

N-461
Signal at Hanover Junction
Guard is stationed on platform.
Hanover Junction, PA. June 8, 1939 – 8:32 A.M.
Train Carrying King George VI and Queen Elizabeth passing through Hanover Junction en route to Washington, D.C.

Train Carrying King George VI and Queen Elizabeth approaching Hanover Junction.
Village of Hanover Jct. sign

A switch leg was added at Hanover Junction to show where the Old Branch Railroad connected.
Pilot engine on the event of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth traveling through Hanover Junction.
Pilot Engine arrives at Hanover Junction preceding the train carrying the King and Queen

Train Carrying the King and Queen as it passes over the bridge at Hanover Junction.

Train carrying the King and Queen as it leaves Hanover Junction.

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