After switching Standard Steel, the Juniata Valley Railroad passes a line of derelict equipment as they begin their run back down to Lewistown.
The Juniata Valley Railroad job JVA-1 heads up Water St. in Lewistown with loads for Standard Steel in Burnham.
Survivor. Juniata Valley Railroad 446 (née-NYC 8983, SW9) moves in to switch out Joe Krentzman & Son Inc. on Thursday, November 17, 2020. A quick glance to the foreground reveals a number o... (more)
Juniata Valley Over The Juniata River. On the morning of Friday, Novemeber 20, 2020, Juniata Valley Railroad 2106 (née-Pittsburg and Shawmut Railroad Company 236, SW9, 11/1953) heads toward... (more)
The Juniata Valley Railroad is seen switching out cars along Industrial Park Road.
On my railfan roadtrip to Pennsylvania I made a point to check out this little railroad in Lewistown, PA. Driving along Roundhouse Rd I was shocked to see a highballing NS intermodal train pass by... (more)
JVR-1 is working the Long I.T. as they shove towards Greenbrier Rail Services.
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)
Switching a tank car.
A JVRR local creeps slowly through town with a cut of cars for the NS interchange at Lewistown
The classic Juniata Valley SW9 eases down the streets of Lewistown with some interchange for NS.
Juniata RR switcher works the yard as the conductor lines the switches. A interesting rail operation located adjacent to the NS Pittsburgh Line.
The now vacant Hotel Lewistown dwarfs the Juniata Valley Railroad train as it heads down the middle of Water Street for Stanard Steel in Burnham.
Juiata Valley heads back to Lewistown pass serveral derelict Amtrak heritage cars.
Juniata Valley heads out to Standard Steel in Burnham on a foggy morning.