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The 3 track Juniata Terminal Facility was built in 1928 by The Pennsylvania Railroad as The Philadelphia Terminal for less than carload freight service.
I would like to express my thanks to the CEO of The Juniata Terminal Company , Mr. Bennett Levin, for allowing me access to take these photos.

Click here to see Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) E-8A #5809A (5809), former Conrail #4020, PC #4309, outside The Juniata Terminal Company (JTFS). It was built by Electro-Motive Division of General Motors (EMD) in 1951, has a fuel capacity of 2400 gallons, weighs 335,000 pounds, and is rated at 2250 H.P. It was restored under the supervision of Eric Levin here at The Juniata Terminal Company. 2/3/01.

Click here to see Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) E-8A #5809A (5809), formerly Conrail #4020. The engine was purchased last summer from Norfolk Southern by the Juniata Terminal Company (JTFS) of Philadelphia, Penna., who restored the E8 to its original PRR appearance. It is seen here approaching Cheltenham Junction, Phila. Pa. with a Conrail Shared Assets office car special from 30th Street Station to Oak Island, NJ. 12/10/00.



Click here to see a "close up" top view of Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) E-8A #5809A,(5809) formerly Conrail #4020. It is passing through Cheltenham Junction, Phila. Pa. with a Conrail Shared Assets Office Car Retirement Party Special. 12/10/00.







Click here to see Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) E-8A #5809A, and in the background Juniata Terminal (JTFS) SW-1500 #9276. They are on the grounds of The Juniata Terminal Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 2/3/01.


Click here to see a front 3/4 view of Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) E-8A #5809A, as seen from Juniata Terminal (JTFS) SW-1500 #9276. Outside of The Juniata Terminal Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 2/3/01.


Click here to see Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) E-8A #5809A, shimmering in the bright afternoon sun. Outside of The Juniata Terminal Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 2/3/01.


Click here for a close rear look at Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) E-8A #5809A, a view not usually seen when the engine is in normal operation. It is on the grounds of The Juniata Terminal Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 2/3/01.




Click here for a closer look at Juniata Terminal (JTFS) SW-1500 #9275 and Juniata Terminal (JTFS) SW-1500 #9276. JTFS SW-1500 #9275 is former Conrail #9608, built by EMD in 1973. JTFS SW-1500 #9276 is former Conrail #9615, and former Reading #9615, Built by EMD in 1969. Phila. Penna. 2/3/01.


Click here for a close "head on" look at Juniata Terminal (JTFS) SW-1500 #9275. This is former Conrail #9608, built by EMD in 1973 and rated at 1500 HP. Juniata Terminal Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 2/3/01






Click here to see the Juniata Terminal 110 ton Pettibone Hi-rail Crane in action. Photo by Eric Levin.





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