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Station Inn rooms are simple, spotless, and bright. Your family-style breakfast is complementary.

Surf our website and connect to neat railfan stuff. TripAdvisor reviews are to the left. Other info on following pages. See the live view from our PRR Suite on Mike Kisser’s RailStream monitor. Listen to NS transmissions on Mike Saverino’s RailroadRadio feed. Recent traffic flow is shown on Alex Lang’s time-delay camera feed.  Watch Doug Obert’s West Slope Youtubes. There’s a ton of information and entertainment right here, right now.

The Inn is not affiliated with any booking service or travel agency. It is not part of a lodging chain. It is Small, Independent, Authentic, Local, Friendly, Organic, and Unique. Email us or call (814-886-4757) for information. Talk to a real person and make reservations with us.

You can’t do it better than here. The Station Inn IS Railfans. Stop by.

NOTE:  The Inn is unable to accommodate children under the age of eight.

See our RESERVATION POLICY for details about children, pets and smoking.

 

 

Website Progress over the Years

The Station Inn’s website has been somewhat of an evolution over the last fourteen years. Thanks to the “Wayback Machine” over at www.archive.org, we would like to show you some of the changes over that time. The site was first designed in late 2000 by Lou Capwell and Alex Lang, we hand coded HTML and […]

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NS derailment at Altoona

Saturday morning Sept 20, NS train 18N (Bellevue OH-Wilmington DE autoracks) derailed while crossing over at CP-ALTOONA interlocking in Altoona, PA, derailing approximately 27 cars and blocking all three main tracks.  Rail traffic was delayed and held from Pittsburgh to Harrisburg, and several priority intermodal trains detoured via other routes.  RJ Corman and Hulcher crews […]

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Cresson Nocturne

Listen to a little bit of audio recorded by frequent guest Lou Capwell, of a summer evening on the front porch of The Inn. Says Lou: The second night I was there, [RJ] Corman was headed south with empty grain cars from Clearfield, and I thought it might be fun to get out the digital […]

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