Preserving the memory and heritage of the
Pennsylvania Reading Seashore Lines
The Biggest Little Railroad in South Jersey
Discussions of the PRSL Prototype and in Model form are welcomed!
The Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines (PRSL) was a joint venture of the Pennsylvania Railroad and Reading Railroad in South Jersey. Both railroads had built rail networks in the region, but the Great Depression cut into profits. The ICC forced both railroads into a merger. The two companies joined their southern New Jersey lines on June 25, 1933 into one company, which the PRR had a 2/3 ownership in.
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Becoming a member means you must join the PRSLHS emailing list first to confirm your membership. The membership is on line only. We do not have a printed newsletter of any kind.
Below is where you can subscribe to, or unsubscribe from, the mailing list members @prslhs.com
Note the following: After doing the above, you should quickly get (within 1 minute) a confirmation email back with the first line of “We received a request for subscription to the following mailing list" that includes a long link. This is NOT SPAM. Check your SPAM filters for the confirmation email after about 2 minutes or perform a send/receive with your Outlook. Click on the highlighted blue link to confirm your email address and you should get a massage that you are now confirmed on the email list. You will now start receiving the emails from the PRSLHS membership email list.
If you DO NOT get the confirmation email, there is absolutely NOTHING I can do to get you confirmed. You should try to join with an email address from another ISP or email service. If you are on AOL or don’t know what to do, forward the confirmation email to me. I have successfully confirmed members this way myself.
PRSLHS Member Rich Taylor forwarded
this link to a great webpage on the railroads
in Camden. Check it out here:
If you have 10 minutes, there is a PRSL
short film posted on YouTube here:
Featuring the amazing original
PRSL Photography of Harry Foster
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Harry’s son Jim has more photos here
Bill Lane – Owner, Promotions & Webmaster
Lou McCall - Cofounder & Wing Man
Mike DiMunno – Computer Guru
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Resuscitated from a 20 year nap on 1-25-07
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The track and the RDCs are there. What else do you need?