Carload Express provides short-line service via Allegheny Valley Railroad from the two Class I railroad lines that are accessible to the site (CSX and Norfolk Southern)
An artist’s rendering of a 1 million square foot distribution center that is situated on the site with additional office, flex and warehouse facilities surrounding
HISTORY OF ZEDIKER STATION
In the late 1800’s, in South Strabane Township, the Zediker family ran a farm on over 1,200 acres of land. At the time, the BB Zediker Farm made the Zedikers one of the largest landowners in South Strabane. In the early 1900’s, Robert Zediker, a politically active citizen, donated a portion of his family farm to the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. The Meadow Land and Zediker Station opened on May 14, 1904 and ran between Meadow Lands and Manifold mine – a 1.72 mile stretch of track crucial for the transportation of coal in Western Pennsylvania during that time period. This 1,200-acre swath of land is proving to be as valuable a commodity today, as it was in the early 1900’s.