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The Harrisburg Line is a railroad line owned and operated by the Norfolk Southern Railway (NS) in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The line runs from Philadelphia west to Harrisburg, and it is the former main line of Reading Company. The Harrisburg Line was also once part of Conrail; today it is part of Norfolk Southern Railway under their Harrisburg Division. The Harrisburg Line runs through two tunnels, the Flat Rock Tunnel and the Black Rock Tunnel.

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  • The Harrisburg Line is a railroad line owned and operated by the Norfolk Southern Railway (NS) in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The line runs from Philadelphia west to Harrisburg, and it is the former main line of Reading Company. The Harrisburg Line was also once part of Conrail; today it is part of Norfolk Southern Railway under their Harrisburg Division. The Harrisburg Line runs through two tunnels, the Flat Rock Tunnel and the Black Rock Tunnel.
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  • The Harrisburg Line is a railroad line owned and operated by the Norfolk Southern Railway (NS) in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The line runs from Philadelphia west to Harrisburg, and it is the former main line of Reading Company. The Harrisburg Line was established in 1838 as the first rail line of the Reading Company between Reading, Pennsylvania and Norristown, Pennsylvania with an extension to Philadelphia from Norristown in 1839 and an extension to Harrisburg from Reading in 1858. The line is 178 years old as defined with its Reading to Norristown route which is the line's original route. The Harrisburg Line still has its original right of way representing its original route. The Harrisburg Line was also once part of Conrail; today it is part of Norfolk Southern Railway under their Harrisburg Division. The Harrisburg Line runs through two tunnels, the Flat Rock Tunnel and the Black Rock Tunnel.
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