Stemmers Run Station

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Bruette

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#1
Stemmers Run Station was the closet station/depot to where I lived as a boy.
Does anybody know when it closed?
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It was a PRR station/depot on the northeast corridor, east of Baltimore, west of Middle River Rd.
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These were the nice places, I lived on the other side of the tracks. ;)
 

tootnkumin

Well-Known Member
Staff member
#2
Stemmers Run Station was the closet station/depot to where I lived as a boy.
Does anybody know when it closed?
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It was a PRR station/depot on the northeast corridor, east of Baltimore, west of Middle River Rd.
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These were the nice places, I lived on the other side of the tracks. ;)
Your reminicence there, Louis, made me think of an old B/W movie, where an old lady lived in a downtown room right next to and level with the EL tracks just outside her window. Everytime an EL train went by the room jumped up and down. The movie's name eludes me. I think it was a Cary Grant one.
 
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Gary B

The Fox Valley Railroad
#3
That sounds like Dan Aykroyd's apartment in The Blues brothers. When John Belishi asks 'How often do the trains pass?' Aykyrod replies, ' So often you don't notice them.
 

Sirfoldalot

Plucked Tailfeathers
Staff member
#4
OR, the scene from "My Cousin Vinny" where the train came through in the wee hours of the morning and the whole room shook!
 



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