Union Pacific's office car special is seen heading across the Juniata River south of Lewistown, Pennsylvania, on the Norfolk Southern Pittsburgh Line, where non-NS cab signal leaders are a rarity.... (more)
Halfway DoneThe Juniata Valley Railroad is returning to Lewistown Junction from Standard Steel in Burnham with 6 loads and an empty gondola. While they're on the way back, the day i... (more)
Eastbound at CP Long , with a loaded coal train with two conversion engines.
Switching a tank car.
On an early April day in 1993, Amtrak's Broadway Limited heads eastbound through Lewistown, PA with the then normal trio of F40PH units leading the cut of express freight cars.
NS coal train, 777, splits the CP Lewis PRR Position Signals on an October morning. The days of the vintage Pennsylvania PL signals are numbered, as replacement Safetran signals stand nearby.
Past, Present, Future
Morristown & Erie Parlor-Observation 2006 Alexander Hamilton, nee Pennsylvania Railroad 7129, brings up the markers on Amtrak train 43 (NS 07T) more)
Westbound to switch Lewistown Industrial Park. Engine is being used by Juniita Railroad.
Westbound with one of the newer GEs.
Southbound on main track at Herndon.
The Juniata Valley Railroad using a North Shore switcher heads out of the yard at Lewistown towards Burnham.
The Illinois Terminal unit on the lead of a westbound stack train.
A JVRR local creeps slowly through town with a cut of cars for the NS interchange at Lewistown
Discussion among the crew before heading west from Lewistown.