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120 - Duncannon
122 - Aqueduct
124 - Losh's Run
128 - Bailey
132 - Newport
137 - Millerstown
144 - Thompsontown
148 - Mexico
151 - Port Royal
153 - Mifflin
156 - Denholm
160 - Hawstone
165 - Lewistown
169 - Granville
172 - Anderson
174 - Horningford
178 - McVeytown
181 - Ryde
187 - Newton Hamilton
190 - Mt Union
193 - Mapleton
197 - Mill Creek
200 - Ardenheim
202 - Huntingdon
209 - Petersburg
211 - Barree
213 - Spruce Creek
217 - Pemberton
219 - Birmingham
222 - Tyrone
225 - Tipton
227 - Fostoria
229 - Bellwood
234 - Juniata
236 - Altoona

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BAILEY


PT 128

West of the Losh's Run farmlands, the mainline hides itself behind trees and rock cuts on its way through Bailey. Just west of Bailey, the mainline pops out into farmland once again and begins to negotiate the wide S-curve to Newport. Remember, Lower Bailey Rd is now closed between Bailey and Losh's Run, so plan accordingly.

PT 128.8 - Leshville Rd Crossing

From Lower Bailey Rd, you will see Leshville Rd break away and head down towards the Juniata River. Of course, the road must cross the mainline to do so. From the crossing, the PT 128 signals are easily visible and provide an interesting prop to the already beautiful countryside.

1) Eastbound 18N passes through Bailey on a late winter morning.
2) Westbound 11J (counterpart of 18N) splits the 128 signals.
3) Westbound 23M approaches Leshville Rd in sweet evening light. (All photos by Nick Anshant)

PT 129 - Bailey Countryside

There are certainly other photographic opportunities at Bailey. James Drive is another crossing which is to the west of Leshville Rd.

1) Westbound 21G crosses James Drive which is west of Leshville Rd.
2) Westbound 13G sweeps through the wide curve at Bailey, seen from the side of Lower Bailey Rd.
3) Eastbound 64J dramatically approaches Leshville Rd in the evening. (All photos by Nick Anshant)

Last Update: 10/30/2012