Hanover/B54.3 Hanover/B54.3











View Larger Map


A new sign put up by CSX in 2014. (Wayne Norman photo)



WMRY's Hanover Station photographed 0n March 5, 1918 and again in June, 1986. (Thanks to Mike Yetter and Warren Hart for the 1918 photo - 1986 photo by Jack Brown)

The engine house and forge shop were at the B53.3 mile at Hanover, PA. these photos were taken on March 3, 1918. (thanks to mike Yetter and Warren Hart for the photos)

WM's Hanover Engine House and Facility. (thanks to Mike Keiser and Wayne Norman for the photo)

WM's Hanover turntable at the roundhouse on March 5, 1918. (thanks to Mike Yetter and Warren Hart for the photo)

WM Carpenter shop and car repairman's office. (3-5-1918 and 3-11-1918, thanks to Mike Yetter and Warren Hart for the photos)

The Hanover boiler house and a WM owned residence in Hanover in 1918. (thanks to Mike Yetter and Warren Hart for the photo)

Hanover's WESTERN MARYLAND FREIGHT HOUSE on March 5, 1918 and again in September, 1978. (Thanks to Mike Yetter and Warren Hart for the 1918 photo - 1978 photo by Jack Brown)

The Hanover oil and tool houses in 1918. (thanks to Mike Yetter and Warren Hart for the photos)

WM's sand house and the massive Hanover water tank. (thanks to Mike Yetter and Warren Hart for the photos)

A bridge over the yard track in Hanover, PA. this bridge carried the York & Hanover Rrailway tracks over the WM and PRR. Perhaps the Y&H RY was a trolley line of some sort? (thanks to Mike Yetter and Warren Hart for the photo)

Hanover office building and another photos that is marked "Hanover Jct. Station(formely hotel)". Perhaps Hanover Jct. was an interchange point with the Pennsylavania Railroad? (thanks to Mike Yetter and Warren Hart for the photos)

What is left of the Hanover facilities on October 29, 2013. (Brendan G. photo)




Go West
Go East