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.


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Announcement
The Museum will be open every Saturday,   -  11AM to 4PM.

The Open House Programs have been announced for May, June, & July.
Click here for details.

The next BRHS meeting will be on May 1, at 6 P.M., at the Station Museum.  (First Monday of each Month, at the Museum, 6 PM)

Social ARTini fundraiser Click Here!
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Contacts:

Contact numbers:
For group tour information or to schedule a tour, contact:
John Nebel 814-623-8850

For press release and media information, contact
Patricia Morgart 814-847-2737

For museum volunteer and open house information, contact:
Cathy Clark 814-652-0097

For Everett history information, contact:
Barbara Miller 814-652-5258


Find Us:

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