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Route 851 travels through the borough of Railroad, which is located in Pennsylvania’s York County. Three water-ways, known as South Branch Codorus Creek, Railroad Run and Old Mill Creek (which happens to be a branch of South Branch) travel through Railroad. The name Railroad may seem a ltitle on the nose, but it is quite accurate. The existence of the Northern Central Railway was built to connect Harrisburg with Baltimore and coincidentally ran through the area known now as Railroad. As such, the VERY small population decided the towns name should be an homage to its creator. While Railroad is a highly residential area, there are two prominent locations worth mentioning: Jackson House Bed & Breakfast (also home to amazing BBQ) and Farmer’s Daughter Gift & Garden Center. While there is also a popular crab shack in the area, the name is not currently available on Google Business or Google Maps.
Jackson House was constructed in 1859 and sat alongside the Northern Central Railroad, which has now been replaced with trolley tracks. The town of Railroad was less residential in that era, being the primary home of industry due to the placement of the railroad. Many mills and factories sprung up in the area, particularly grist mills, tanneries, distilleries and level factories. President Lincoln passed through Railroad and the Jackson House on his way to the Gettysburg address, where the citizens are reported to have applauded him as he passed. Additionally, his funeral train followed a similar route and the residents a Railroad were reported to have solemnly stood by as it passed. Jackson House soon gained a reputation for being a fine hotel along the Northern Central Railroad, counting almost 13 guest rooms (which was a large capacity back then) that had access to luxurious features, such as hot running water. Now, Jackson House is featured on the National Registry of Historic Places and operates six guest rooms, a restaurant and a beautiful view.