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Statistics & Facts
The Pennsylvania state capital is Harrisburg.
The population of Susquehanna Depot is approximately 1,760 (1990).
The approximate number of families is 765 (1990).
The amount of land area in Susquehanna Depot is 1.89 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Susquehanna Depot to Washington DC is 223 miles.
The distance to the Pennsylvania state capital is 133 miles. (as the crow flies)
Susquehanna Depot is positioned 41.94 degrees north of the equator and 75.60 degrees west of the prime meridian.
History & History Related Items
"From sisquehanne: sisku meaning mud and hanne meaning river, thus "muddy river." Settlers may have first heard natives speak the name during a heavy runoff."
(from Name Origins of Northeast PA Towns by Mike O'Hara)
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Susquehanna Depot Community News Alley Popper staged train crash - 1914
My grandfather was involved in the Alley Popper staged train crash in or
around 1914. The crash was filmed and used in many old western movies. He
sold popcorn to the spectators and acted as a victim after the crash. I
would like to get a copy of the footage to review with my family. Several
cameras were set up and different footage may appear in several films.
What info may be available through your resources. Possibly names of films,
a local R.R. enthusiast, Historians that would have info or possibly some
individuals that were involved as well.
My Grandfather Homer Maney passed away in 1989, he told me this story and
at the time I did not have the resources to locate any supporting info,
with the internet and the worldwide connection, now it may be possible.
If anyone can help me, please email me at:
Thank you, Doug Maney
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