Narrowed the towns down to 5 from 15. All town names, with the exception of Mill Creek and Tiadaghton, are derived from family's names...
*Alvin; the southern end of the line where the coal mine is located. Inspired by Alvan on the East Broad Top Railroad Named after my great grandfather, Alvin Morgan, a Schuylkill County, PA coal miner that retired from Alcoa
*Morgansdale; the company town of the Tiadaghton Coal Company. Inspired by the town of Robertsdale on the East Broad Top Railroad. Named after my great grandparents, Sarah and Alvin Morgan.
*Tiadaghton; The railroad headquarters. Inspired by the town of Orbisonia on the East Broad Top Railroad. Named after the Pine Creek Gorge in Tioga County, PA
*Kline Mills. Inspired by Aughwick Mills on the East Broad Top Railroad. One of the biggest shippers on the line, the Kline Brothers Sawmill, is located here. Named after my family's last name; Kline.
*Mill Creek; the northern end of the line and the interchange with the standard gauge Pennsylvania Railroad and the reason for the little narrow gauge line's existence; hauling coal to be sent off to the rest of the country via the Pennsylvania Railroad. Inspired by the town of Mont Union on the East Broad Top Railroad. Named after a grist mill powered by the local creek.
And now you know...the rest of the story!