Photos from Inside the Juniata Shops


Juniata Shops
Date: Unknown
This vintage scene shows locomotives under construction before the E&M shop was built.
Juniata Shops
Date: Unknown
PRR 4525, an I1sa built by Baldwin, is flying inside the E&M shop at the Juniata Shops.
Photo by PRR
Juniata Shops
Date: Unknown
A cropped portion of the previous photo shows a shop worker giving hand signals to the crane operator while the huge 2-10-0 is floating 5 feet in the air.
Photo by PRR
Altoona Car Shops
Date: Unknown
A look inside a kiln for dying paint on passenger cars.
Photo by PRR
Juniata Shops
Date: 1910-1911
DD1 electric running gear
Photo by PRR
Juniata Shops
Date: 1917
FF1 electric running gear
Photo by PRR
Juniata Shops
Date: 1939
The S1 boiler and frame under construction inside the Juniata Shops.
Photo by PRR
Juniata Shops
Date: 10/1948
Two shop workers are painting one of the two K5 pacifics after being outshopped by the Juniata Shops with new pilot with drop coupler.
Photo by PRR
Juniata Shops
Date: 1988
The Juniata Shops generate about 1/3rd of the electricity they need here at the power plant. Learn more about the power plant here.
Library of Congress photo
Juniata Shops
Date: 1988
Looking west from 'E bay' on 8 main toward the power plant.
Library of Congress photo
Juniata Shops
Date: 1988
Smith Shop #2.
Library of Congress photo
Juniata Shops
Date: 1988

Library of Congress photo
Juniata Shops
Date: 1988
The General Office Building at the Juniata Shops.
Library of Congress photo
Juniata Shops
Date: 1988
An SW9 is handling an SD50 at the turntable.
Library of Congress photo
Juniata Shops
Date: c. mid 80s to mid 90s
A view inside A-bay at the backshop from the overhead crane.
Photo by Nick Kelsh
Juniata Shops
Date: 1993
A switcher truck and a three axle truck in for overhaul.
Photo by Robert L. Harris
Juniata Shops
Date: 1993
Traction motor housings in storage.
Photo by Robert L. Harris
Juniata Shops
Date: 1993
Performing work on a crank shaft.
Photo by Robert L. Harris
Juniata Shops
Date: 1993
These men look to be installing a crankshaft into an engine that's been flipped over. Crankshafts on a rack in the background.
Photo by Robert L. Harris
Juniata Shops
Date: 1993
This is Amtrak 537, it was puchased from the P&LE then overhauled and repainted for Amtrak at the Juniata Shops.
Photo by Robert L. Harris
Juniata Shops
Date: 1993
Some engines in for work.
Photo by Robert L. Harris
Juniata Shops
Date: 1993
These men are doing some work on a long hood for one of the SD40/SD40-2 conversions which Conrail did in 1993.
Photo by Robert L. Harris
Juniata Shops
Date: 1993
CR 6515 is in 'A bay' for some work. It is an SD40-2.
Photo by Robert L. Harris
Hollidaysburg Car Shop
Date: 1993

Photo by Robert L. Harris
Hollidaysburg Car Shop
Date: 1993

Photo by Robert L. Harris
Hollidaysburg Car Shop
Date: 1993

Photo by Robert L. Harris
Hollidaysburg Car Shop
Date: 1993
Here men are using floor-mounted car movers to move cars down the overhaul line.
Photo by Robert L. Harris
Hollidaysburg Car Shop
Date: 1993

Photo by Robert L. Harris
Hollidaysburg Car Shop
Date: 1993
This Chessie boxcar has HLMX reporting marks.
Photo by Robert L. Harris
Hollidaysburg Car Shop
Date: 1993
Hollidaysburg had machines to rotate cars on their sides to more easily access the bottom.
Photo by Robert L. Harris
Juniata Shops
Date: September 1993
FEC 442 is seen ready for paint. Notice the body work including the addition of nose headlights and the anticlimber.
Photo by Terry Nardella, collection of Steve Ondik/CRHS
Juniata Shops
Date: September 1993
FEC 443 is fresh out of the paintshop.
Photo by Terry Nardella, collection of Steve Ondik/CRHS
Juniata Shops
Date: October 1993
FEC 442 and 443 pose outside the Juniata Testshed.
Photo by Terry Nardella, collection of Steve Ondik/CRHS
Juniata Shops
Date: March 8, 1995
An SD60I cab is lowered onto a frame inside the E&M shop.
Photo by Terry Nardella, collection of Steve Ondik/CRHS
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2, 1995
A bay inside the E&M shop.
Photo by Terry Nardella, collection of Steve Ondik/CRHS
Juniata Shops
Date: 1995
The 'Model Room' inside the General Office Building features an HO scale representation of the Juniata Shops.
Photo by Paul Tupaczewski
Juniata Shops
Date: November 6, 1995
A bay inside the E&M shop. Lots of variety.
Photo by Terry Nardella, collection of Steve Ondik/CRHS
Juniata Shops
Date: November 6, 1995
A bay inside the E&M shop.
Photo by Terry Nardella, collection of Steve Ondik/CRHS
Juniata Shops
Date: January 19, 1996
Two freshly painted SD80MACs inside the Juniata paintshop.
Photo by Terry Nardella, collection of Steve Ondik/CRHS
Juniata Shops
Date: January 30, 1996
Another 80MAC sits outside waiting for space in the paintshop.
Photo by Terry Nardella, collection of Steve Ondik/CRHS
Juniata Shops
Date: October 1999
Conrail 9565, not yet renumbered, is in the E&M shop.
Photo by Josh Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 1999
Seven prime-movers on a rack.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 1999
CEFX 104, an SD9043MAC, sits outside the paintshop.
Photo by John Durant
Hollidaysburg Car Shop
Date: October 1999
A Conrail coil car in the Hollidaysburg Shop.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Hollidaysburg Car Shop
Date: October 1999
I've always loved shots looking down the tracks of this shop. Lots of equipment and overhead cranes.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Hollidaysburg Car Shop
Date: October 1999
These red things are temporary trucks for freight cars having their trucks overhauled.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Hollidaysburg Car Shop
Date: October 1999
Freshly rebuild Vulcan #911.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: January 2000
Alaska Railroad 4006 SD70MAC under construction.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2000
During Railfest 2000, JBS was in the middle of building 10 new SD70M's from kits. Here is one inside the paintshop.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2000
Another outside in primer.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2000
This is NS 2818.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2000
NS 2818 became NS 5503.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2000
The shop was overhauling and repainting some SP units for Union Pacific at the same time. Here's a C44-9W in the paintshop.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2000
A couple of GE engines belonging to UP units.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2001
NS 2822 became NS 5519.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2001
An unidentified frame in the paintshop. The frames are sandblasted and painted before the rest of the locomotive is back together.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: April 2002
This frame in the wreck shop became NS 5540. There is where much of the build up is done.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: April 2002
This is the future NS 5538, also in the wreck shop.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: April 2002
This frame belongs to NS 5539. Notice NS 2874 in the background. As of 6/07, 2874 still hasn't been rebuilt yet.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: April 2002
NS 5115 is at the E&M shop with its rear hood removed.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2002
One of the LIRR units in for work.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2002
NS SD9M 54 is hooked up to the test shed. Six locomotives will fit inside at one time.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2002
NS 5550 is progressing well with the cab and prime-mover installed.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2003
This Amtrak F40PH is getting its frame lengthened to fit a Cat HEP unit. It is being rebuilt for Metro-North as MNCR 4193.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2003
The shop keeps a small inventory of new cabs on hand from Super Steel Schenectady, NY.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2003
NS 3032 in the paint shop. It appears a gloss coat has not yet been added.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2003
NS 7070 would become NS's first GP38-3, NS 5801.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: October 2003
A new control stand for an EMD rebuild.
Photo by Jeff Lubchansky
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
An SD60E under construction on the shop floor.
Photo by Jamey Rickens
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
An SD60E, or Crescent cab, sits on the shop floor.
Photo by Jamey Rickens
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
NS 8459 is a recent repaint and is in the shop for some work.
Photo by Jamey Rickens
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
Here's a GE FDL-16 engine block.
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
EMD 16-710G3 engine block.
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
Probably a 16-710G3 engine.
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
The finishing touches are being applied to NS 6916 SD60E.
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
An admiral SD40-2 inside A-bay.
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
NS 6913 will soon enter the paint shop.
Photo by Jamey Rickens
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
Here's the welding shop parts fabrication area.
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
The handrail bending table.
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
Press brake
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
Back in the day the larger building in this photo was blacksmith shop 1. Today the west half is the emissions testing shop while the east end is storage.
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
This was known as the X29 shop back in the day. It's now a welding shop.
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
Three different frames outside the paint shop and behind the cleaning shed waiting for blast and primer.
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
Here's the 'new' paintshop, built in 1982, on the site of miscellaneous shop 1 which burned the previous year.
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
NS 6913 SD60E will soon enter the paintshop and exit with a fresh coat of black.
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
NS 2211 is in the paintshop for a fresh coat of gray and marroon for the North Shore RR.
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
The Juniata Shops power plant.
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
NS 3327 admiral SD40-2 is near complete outside the smith shop.
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: July 2012
Lots of friends and family on hand for the July 4 shop tour. That's the General Office Building and on right is the framework for the new smoke stack and scrubbers.
Photo by Dustin Faust
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Control stand of NS 6971 SD60E.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Control stand of NS 3222 SD40-2.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Control stand of NS 4657 GP59E, which kept its original cab. The cab got several upgrades including this new control stand.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Control stand of NS 610 RP-M4C road slug.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Inside the general office building, in the appropriately-named "Model Room," is this HO scale diorama of the Juniata Shops. It's angled 45 degrees for a better view.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Spare wheels and combos are stored here between the general office building and D bay.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Combo build, where locomotive wheel sets and traction motors are mated together.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Traction motor frames ready for inspection.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
26 and 27 track are the Capital Rebuild lines. Here are two SD60E rebuilds.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Freshly overhauled 16-710 engine in an SD60E.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Here's a close up look at the CCB26 electronic air brake that's being installed in all the current major rebuilds at the Juniata Shops.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Stripped down engine block getting rebuilt.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Power assemblies ready to be dropped into an engine.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
A couple EMD pistons, rods, and injectors. The footprints on the cardboard conveniently provide size comparison. On the left is a fork rod, carrier, and piston from a 710 with electronic injection. On the right is a 645 blade rod, carrier, and piston with a mechanical unit injector.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
A freshly overhauled EMD engine with valve cover open.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
NS 4658 GP59E is former NS 4640 GP59.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Here's the NS 999 BP4 experimental battery-powered unit sitting in A bay.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
A GE 3-cylinder air compressor.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Truck overhaul area.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Generator stator.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Traction motor armatures.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Wheel axles to be bolted onto traction motors.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
We're in the welding shop now where a former BN hood is being modified for use on NS 617, a RP-M4C road slug, which is being built on a new frame. The number on the hood is 72x3.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
More admiral cabs getting accessories applied.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
A bounce house was set up between the 1889 shop buildings for the employees' kids.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
There are several freshly-painted units sitting east of the paint shop. Let's go in for a tour.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
An admiral SD40-2 is inside one paint booth. The lighter colors, such as yellow and white, are applied first. The black comes next, then clear coat.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
NS 9449 C44-9W is drying after a fresh coat of paint. The old numberboards are left installed and painted over in order to keep paint out of the interior framing of the cab. New numberboards will be installed soon.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Metro-North P32AC-DM 222 is the last of this group of passenger units to get repainted at Juniata. They were overhauled by GE and sent to Altoona for paint. One more will arrive later in the year, the one involved in the fatal wreck earlier this year.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
NS 2586 SD70M is the first of its order to get a second coat of black. 2586 was one of ten SD70Ms built at the Juniata Shops back in 2000.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Rear end of an Admiral SD40-2 in one of the two blast booths.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
NS 3219 SD40-2 will soon be repainted.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
Rear ends of an SD40-2, P32AC-DM, and SD70M.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
NS 617 RP-M4C and 3231 SD40-2 under build and rebuild.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2014
NS 3228 admiral SD40-2 will soon be sent for paint.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: August 2014
I got a tour of Curry's new facility in the old PRR/PC/CR car shop at Hollidaysburg. Curry Rail occupies half of the west end of the building as of 8/14.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: August 2014
Looking inside the west end of the old car shop with its overhead cranes. The structure on the right is the paint booth.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: August 2014
An Admiral cab under construction.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: August 2014
This Crescent cab is nearly completed.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: August 2014
New frame and new cab together.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: August 2014
This Admiral cab is the 300th cab constructed by Curry and the first cab completed at the new Hollidaysburg location.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: August 2014
Several admiral and crescent cabs in storage outside the shop. When requested by NS, they'll be shipped to Altoona.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2015
NS 4719 GP33ECO is seen in the paint shop getting prepped for a full paint job. 4719 is former NS 7016 GP50.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: May 2015
UP 6944 DDA40X is seen inside one of the two paint booths getting body work. The big unit barely fits inside.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: July 2015
Curry Rail is now fabricating snow plows. They weigh 800 lbs.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: July 2015
Here's the frame for Curry's first TP56 industrial locomotive, which is half the frame of an SD40-2.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: July 2015
This EMD HTC truck from the CP SD40-2 will go under the TP56.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: July 2015
Moving on outside, two brand new 6-axle frames have been built for NS to built new yard slugs.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: July 2015
On the lot are the left over pieces of the Canadian Pacific SD40-2 that's been cut down to build the first two TP56 industrial locomotives.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: July 2015
Here's the long line of new cabs. The first three are Dash8.5 cabs.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: July 2015
Railcar repairs are underway at the west end of the building. The covered hoppers are getting new gates and the boxcars are getting repairs to their doors.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: November 2015
FWDX #2 is the second TP56 and Curry Rail's first locomotive. It should be finished in the next week.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: November 2015
At the center of the shop a new Crescent cab is under construction. This is the roof upside-down. In the background is the nose and on the left is the bottom.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: November 2015
Curry Rail is now doing inspections on the other side of the old car shop.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: November 2015
Looking west from the middle of Curry Rail's portion of the old Hollidaysburg Car Shop.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: November 2015
Elevated view of the two TP56 industrial locomotives under construction. FWDX 2 is almost finished.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Curry Rail (former Hollidaysburg Car Shop)
Date: November 2015
Looking west we see a Crescent cab under construction, a new frame behind that, and finally the freight car repair portion at the west end.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Next to the General Office Building, NS 7229 SD70ACU, NS 4665 GP59ECO, and an RP-M4C slug were available for cab tours.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
The Juniata Shops storehouse supplies locomotive shops across the system with the parts they need.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Junk wheels are automatically conveyed outside where they're dropped into a waiting gondola to be taken to scrap.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
This automated elevator removes scrap wheels from the shop to be delivered to waiting gondola outside.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Completed combos (traction motor and wheel set) ready to go under a locomotive.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
A line of rebuilt main alternators.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Combo storage next to a line of rebuilt main alternators.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Rebuild of NS 4005 is well underway on 27 track. 4005 is Juniata's second AC44C6M DC to AC rebuild of a Dash9.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Not all 27 tracks of the Juniata Backshop actually have tracks going into them, but this is an example of how a locomotive can be set on blocks and worked on in one of those tracks. This is NS 6210 SD33ECO, former NS 1613 SD40.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
This magnaflux machine can find cracks in a stripped down engine block.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
This recently-installed machine does resurfacing.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
EMD turbo 16-645 engine probably from an SD60E.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
A rack of crank shafts.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
NS 5062 and 7292 are both Juniata Rebuilds. 5062 is one of the highhood GP38-2s that got recabbed and 7292 is a rebuilt SD90MAC.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Standing on hallowed ground where nearly 7,200 locomotives have been built.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
EMD turbo 16-645 engine from NS 6901 SD60E.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Here's another example of a locomotive sitting in a track inside the backshop that has no track. NS 2410 is one of the MP15DCs traded to CEFX and is getting draft gear work done on track 3 of A bay. Once the work is done, the 200 ton crane will lift it to a track with outside access.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
EMD HTC truck sits on the Juniata Shops' second drop table.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016

Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
An alternator build area. On the left is the stator and on the ground is the rotor.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Traction motor shop.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Juniata truck shop sign.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Wheel sets ready to be mated with traction motors.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Combo storage area...waiting to be stripped for rebuild.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Carman's area for wood cutting, cab flooring etc. In the back is the machine shop.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Final assembly for the overhaul lines. They'll have a squeeze done (which is filling the system with water, pressurizing, and checking for leaks) and the hood installed. Next step is out to start up for initial break in on the engine.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Truck straightening table.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
This long hood from UP 8974 is bring modified in the welding shop to be placed on an RP-M4C road slug.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Inside the welding shop.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
This oven is for baking exhaust stacks to remove carbon buildup.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
What looks like a dynamic brake fan guard under construction.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
CNC burn table capable of doing plasma and oxy/fuel burning. The cut-outs in right background are draft gear pocket sides and 2.5" thick.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
General office building and carpenter shop.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
An SD70ACU rebuild inside the blast booth.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Future NC-DOT 1871 F59PH.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
One of the MP15DCs traded to CEFX is inside the paint shop. Since this was apparently a recent repaint, the unit is only getting touchup done and new numbers and logos applied.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
NS 623 RP-M4C and 7314 SD70ACU east of the paint shop.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Both of these long hoods are for SD33ECOs.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
NS 2103 SW1001 inside the emissions shop.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
CR 80044 sits outside the Master Scale Building at the Juniata Shops.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
A spaghetti plate of wiring on a cab-less SD90MAC.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
NS 7277 is next up for 70ACU rebuild.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
SD70ACU rebuilds in progress inside the smith shop.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
New electronic air brake installed on an SD90MAC/70ACU.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
SD70ACU rebuilds in progress inside the smith shop.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
SD70ACU rebuilds in progress inside the smith shop.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
SD70ACU with inverter cabinets open. Each truck requires three modules for the three phases of AC traction power. So the 70ACUs are still only one inverter per truck, but it's not a huge issue because cutting out a motor isn't all that common.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Close up photo of the new Mitsubishi inverter modules which replace the original Siemens equipment.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Radiator fan relays and shuts for the dynamic brake fan.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
NS 624 RP-M4C under construction inside the smith shop.
Photo by L.R. Myers
Juniata Shops
Date: September 2016
Diagram of the SD90MAC/SD70ACU rebuild process.
Photo by L.R. Myers


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