The largest town along the PAW, despite it’s name. The origin of the name is from the word Crow, the first settlers here where from Cornwall in southern England. They saw a Crow behaving strangely and named the place Craw in Cornish. The last part of the name was added when the town became a railroad junction.
There are rumors of a streetcars in the streets of Craw Junction, but we haven’t found any tracks in the streets yet. The rumors also says that the streetcars are manufactured locally by Blacksmith B.Samuel & Son.
Blacksmith B.Samuel & Son (BBSS)
Demands: Mfg, Coal
Craw Grain COOP (CGC)
Maple Saw Mill (MSM)
Supplies: Lumb, Mfg Logs,
Demands: Coal, Mfg, Lmfg
Wood Bro.s Limited (WBL)