If You Love Trains, You’ll Love Our B&B!
The FALLSTON FLAGSTOP Railfan B&B is ideally located near every major Interstate and Turnpike route in the Ohio/Pennsylvania area. We’re 25 miles from Pittsburgh, 10 miles from the PA Turnpike, 15 miles from I-79, and 5 miles from I-376. The CSX Pittsburgh Sub MAINLINE is a mere 75 feet from our Porch… at the foot of our backyard. Norfolk Southern’s Ft. Wayne and Youngstown Line MAINLINES are FULLY VISIBLE directly across the neighboring Beaver River. We’re the ONLY railfan B&B offering TWO MAINLINE RAILROADS with SIX MAINLINE TRACKS that you can view and photograph without ever leaving the property. We see upwards of one hundred trains every 24 hours. Our automatic floodlighting illuminates CSX trains during the night. 24-Hour Scanner Radio Monitoring throughout our facility, including your Guest Bedroom (individual volume controls for your comfort. Wireless High Speed Internet Service is available Free of Charge for your Smartphone or Laptop Computer. HEAR OUR TRAINS on RailroadRadio.net. Click on ‘NS/CSX Fallston, PA’ under the Menu, ‘Eastern Time Zones,’ on ANY Internet device. Then Visit, WATCH, & Photograph! ‘Safety First! ENJOY our Trains from Private Property!
The FALLSTON FLAGSTOP Railfan B&B
62 Beaver Street Fallston, PA 15066 (724) 843-7023
E-Mail Address: email@example.com
A true Railfan Bed & Breakfast in a private home built by a former P&LE station agent, and purchased by a railfan/modeler and railroad industry employee–offering a trackside view of both the CSX and Norfolk Southern mainlines 25 miles NW of Pittsburgh, PA.
The FALLSTON FLAGSTOP Railfan B&B is OPEN ALL YEAR, Air Conditioned for your warm weather comfort. We’re close to ALL MAJOR HIGHWAY ROUTES in the Pittsburgh, PA area, as well as to Greater Pittsburgh International Airport if you’re coming a long distance. And we’ve been known to pick and deliver GUESTS as a courtesy if you’re riding AMTRAK! AMTRAK passes after dark in both directions [#29 & #30, The Capitol Limited], although the lighted cars are easy to see on the far side of the Beaver River.
Again, listen to our RailroadRadio.net radio feed by clicking the Listen Now link above, to familiarize yourself with the area’s railroad action.