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The Sayre Historical Society - The Valley Song flac album
Title:
The Valley Song
Performer:
The Sayre Historical Society
Released:
FLAC album size:
1959 mb
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Rating:
4.8 ✪

The Sayre Historical Society, 103 South Lehigh Avenue, Sayre, PA 18840.

Oktoberfest was celebrated Wednesday at the Sayre Historical Society with craft beer, delicious food and awesome music. Bluestone Brewery and Lane's Beverage provided the craft beer, Blackburn 1897 provided the tasty food samplings and the musical trio of Jesse Bennett, Brian Murphy and Larry Lolli entertained with smooth jazzy musical compositions.

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Sayre Historical Society Museum. Location of Sayre in Bradford County, Pennsylvania. Location of Sayre in the state of Pennsylvania. Show map of Pennsylvania. Sayre (the United States). Show map of the United States. Elmer convinced Asa Packer to locate a new railroad repair facility on the Pine Plains for the expanding Lehigh Valley Railroad, which was making a push north to connect to the Erie Railroad at Waverly. Robert Heysham Sayre, president of the Pennsylvania and New York Railroad, helped cement the deal. The town was named in his honor. Sayre was incorporated on January 27, 1891.

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Sayre dates to 1783, when a gristmill was built along Shepard Creek. Sayre experienced phenomenal growth with the expansion of the Lehigh Valley Railroad operations. Its reputation as a railroad town began to fade after World War II, ending with the demise of the railroad by the 1970s. In its place, Guthrie Healthcare now provides the strongest influence on the town. Today the hospital�s position in Sayre is as important as the railroad was in its heyday, both serving as the keystones of a town that thousands call home.

Sayre Historical Society and Society Museum was established to preserve artifacts, documents and photos related to the history of Sayre. Sayre Historical Society and Society Museum was established to preserve artifacts, documents and photos related to the history of Sayre. A local history museum was established in the former Lehigh Valley Railroad Passenger Station located in downtown Sayre. The structure is a 25 X 125 foot two story brick Queen Ann style Victorian structure that is the center piece of the downtown Sayre Victorian renovation and revitalization. To visit Sayre Historical Society Museum and other attractions in Sayre, use our Sayre itinerary builder app.

Tracklist

1 The Valley Song 3:19

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – M & N Studios, Athens, PA – none

Credits

  • Written By – Mark R. Thurston, Nathan C. Thurston

Notes

The Sayre Historical Society, 103 South Lehigh Avenue, Sayre, PA 18840