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Doug Obert and Innkeeper Tom Davis present a rail enthusiast guide to the NS East & West Slopes of The Allegheny Mountains for the best spots to watch trains 1080HD…57 mins…Enjoy!

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

Surf this site.    ……   View mainline action NOW on Mike Kisser’s RailStream. Listen to NS radio transmissions NOW on Mike Saverino’s RailroadRadio feed. Doug Obert’s West Slope Youtube series shows NOW how to plan a railfan trip to the old PRR mountain action spots. See Doug’s Around Our Mountain Youtube, (above) for great public places to railfan. Don’t overlook the History Channel’s coverage of Matt visiting The Inn……this is all here NOW on this page. And, there’s a ton of information on other pages.

The Inn is not associated with any chain, booking service or travel agency. It is Small, Independent, Authentic, Local, Friendly, Organic, and Unique. Reservations are not accepted from TripAdvisor, B&B.Com, Booking.Com, easy,,, Expedia,, Hotelogix,, Egencia, Homeaway, Flipkey, venere,, trivago,, Priceline, Humbuggg, hotwire, Orbitz,, Kyak,,, &c, &c. You get the point. You are in charge when you book directly.  814-886-4757  OR  eMail      The Station Inn IS Railfans.

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

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



16N Derailment - Dec 27

16N Derailment – Dec 27

On Dec. 27, NS train 16N eastbound derailed approximately 22 cars while proceeding through MO interlocking in Cresson, PA. All of the cars remained upright, and the ensuing derailment cleanup took place quickly over the next two days (and was visible via The Station Inn’s webcam). Carson Bolish shot the original video, which was edited […]

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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, 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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