"Old fashioned" mee-mool lights (o)T(o) on Pennsylvania SH 22?

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Robert Gift

former OL presenter
They looked very old. Think thathe track crossed State Highway 22 east of Blairsville, PA.
As a little boy I hated them because they looked strange and different from modern (o)T(o).
The track's rails aways looked rusty.
I cannot find the track or evidence of it. It crossed SH22 out in the middle of nowhere.
Anyone know anything?

Thank you.
Looking at GooglEarth, did the track which is now "Ghost Town Trail" somewhere cross Pennsylvania SH22?
Presumably signs of the track in thearly 1960's would stilbe noticeable.

Athe time we traveled SH22, I believe it was two lanes. On the way east parents would stop at a Howard Johnson's Restaurant.

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