Milton History

a pictorial history of Milton, PA

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Mahoning Street West from the Canal Bridge

The Trinity Lutheran Church is visible to the right. Note the height of the bridge above street level. The bridge is made of steel on a stone foundation. The picture was probably taken in the late 1800s.

The census record from 1900 shows James L. Miller, a brakeman for the railroad, in the first house at 152, followed by John L. Hoy, a salesman, at 146, then Thomas Hoy, a machinist, at 144.

Photo courtesy of the Milton Historical Society