Lewistown, Pennsylvania

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JVRR - Kishacoquillas Creek Bridge (Mifflin County, Pennsylvania)
Deck girder bridge over Kishacoquillas Creek on former PRR (now Juniata Valley RR)
Open to railroad traffic

Lewistown Branch Railroad Bridge (Mifflin County, Pennsylvania)
At least the third bridge at the site, replacing a through truss bridge (washed out 1889) and a predecessor covered bridge (blown down by windstorm). Three piers from original four-span covered bridge are in use for modern bridge
Through girder railroad bridge over Juniata River on Juniata Valley Railroad
In use by trains 1-3 times a week

Lewistown Covered Bridge 38-44-01x (Mifflin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1849 as road bridge; tracks laid across for Mifflin & Centre County RR ca. 1866; completely rebuilt with four Howe truss spans by Pennsylvania RR 1871.
Lost Bridge over Juniata River
Destroyed by severe weather

Lewistown Road Bridge (1st) (Mifflin County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1890; expanded with additional truss to carry Lewistown & Reedsville Electric Railway in 1902, replaced by concrete arch span 1924.
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Juniata River
Replaced by a new bridge

Lewistown Road Bridge (2nd) (Mifflin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1924 to replace truss bridge, replaced by modern bridge 1989.
Lost Open-spandrel arch bridge over Juniata River on State Route 103
Replaced by a new bridge

NS - Granville Bridge (Mifflin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1905 by the Pennsylvania Railroad
Eight-span stone arch bridge over the Juniata River on the Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

Old Arch Bridge (Mifflin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1813; rehabilitated 2006
Stone arch bridge over Jack's Creek in Lewistown
Open to pedestrians

PRR - Juniata River Bridge (Mifflin County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Through truss bridge over Juniata River on Pennsylvania Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

PRR Lewistown Covered Bridge (Mifflin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1871 by Pennsylvania RR to replace original 1849 covered bridge upon which tracks had been laid; Destroyed by tornado July 4, 1874, with loss of three lives.
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Juniata River on Pennsylvania Railroad
Destroyed by severe weather