Bloody Run Historical Society
Everett Train Station
49 West 5th Street
Everett PA 15537

Click the Start Button to hear
the train whistle and sounds
The Everett passenger station and  #11,  the original  locomotive on the Everett Railroad
            Welcome to the
Bloody Run Historical Society

In 1852 the Huntingdon and Broad Top
Mountain Railroad was chartered and
built to bring coal, timber and other
commodities as well as passengers to
this bustling industrial town then known
as Bloody Run. Behold the architectural
beauty of 100 year old railroad depots!
Take yourself back to the age of steam
when you see our century old 100 ton
locomotive and tender!  Browse through
an extensive collection of artifacts and
photos from Everett's past.

Everett Railroad
Station Museum

Open Saturdays
April - October
11 AM to 4 PM

Just off Route 26 North - Everett, Pa.
Between 5th and 6th Streets

©  2015  Bloody Run Historical Society

The Bloody Run Historical Society of Everett notes with sorrow the passing
of Ed Wallace who, along with his wife Phyllis, was once an integral part
of the operation of the museum including the acquisition of the steam
engine and caboose.  His interest in area history and his devotion to the
Mill at Lutzville will leave his mark for years to come.