A Pictorial History of Mifflin County

Pages 61-65


Top: Trolleys on the square, moving eastward, in the 1920s.
Middle: A trolley navigates the bridge at Manns Narrows near Yeagertown.
Bottom: A trolley awaits the arrival of a train at the Junction.


Mail Service by Trolley Cars- About the year 1913 by an effective and convenient arrangement with the Lewistown 
and Reedsville Electric Railway Commpany, conveyance of mails by trolley cars was begun from the terminal of the 
trolley line at Lewistown Junction for delivery at the nearest point to the Lewiswtown Post Office.
The above picture of a trolley car represents this service.


Top: One-cylinder 1903 Cadillac owned and driven by J. M. Bratton. It was the second car in Lewistown.
Bottom: Curb market at the courthouse during the days of the horse and buggy.


Top: Main Street in Belleville.
Middle: John Street in McVeytown.
Bottom: East Main street in Reedsville.


Top: Penn Central Electric Company workmen install poles on Market Street in 1906 or 1907.
Bottom: Summer view of West Market Street before it was paved.


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