The Tunnel Inn offers 4 air conditioned track side suites. We are located in the borough of Gallitzin part of Cambria County Pennsylvania, perched high on top of the Allegheny mountains. Gallitzin is home to the Pennsylvania Railroads historic Gallitzin Tunnels. These tunnels were built between 1851 and 1854 the tunnel is 3,612 feet long and pierces the mountain at 2,167 feet above sea level. The Sights and sounds of trains battling the Allegheny mountains grades are easily enjoyed from our back porch. Our chiminea takes the chills out of the cool night air while our floodlights provide a great night time view of all the train action. This railroad passage through the Allegheny mountains along with the world famous horseshoe curve 6 miles to the east has been and remain today a vital part of America's rail system. Both the Gallitzin tunnel's and the world famous horseshoe curve where targeted for destruction by the Germans during World War 2 because of their importance in moving troops and equipment in the American war effort. Today an average of 50 trains (many more than a mile long) roll through Gallitzin daily as they traverse east and west over the Allegheny Mountain ridge moving the goods and commodities that we all use in our day to day lives.