Lewisburg

The 1884 Form 76 lists Nesbit (MP 9.7), Billmeyer & Blair (MP 0.2), Lewisburg (MP 10.3), Higgins & Cornelius (MP 10.6), Buffalo Mill (MP 10.6), Engine House (MP 10.8), and Fair Ground (MP 11.6).

The 1900 CT1000 lists W. D. Himmelreich & Co. (MP 10.2), J. C. Bucher (MP 10.2), Station (MP 10.3), A. S. Sheller (MP 10.6), Buffalo Milling Co. (MP 0.6), Stock Yard and Nail Mill & Forge Co. (MP 10.7), Lewisburg Furniture Co. (MP 10.9), and Transfer Lewisburg & Buffalo Valley R. R., Narrow Gauge (MP 11.1).

The 1923 CT1000 lists R. W. Savidge & Co. (MP 9.5, 7301), Guarantee Feed Co. of Penna. (MP 9.6), J. C. Bucher (MP 10.2, 7302), Lewisburg, Milton & Watsontown Passenger Railway Co. (MP 10.2), Station (MP 10.3), C. Dreisbach's Sons (MP 10.5), Buffalo Flour Milling Co. (MP 10.6), Kunkel & Comstock (MP 10.6), Stock Yard (MP 10.6), Josiah Partridge & Sons Co. Inc. (MP 10.6), C. W. Galloway (MP 10.8), Storage Siding (MP 10.9), and Passing Siding (MP 11.0, 7303).

The 1945 CT1000 lists Station and Public Delivery (MP 10.3), C. Dreisbach's Sons (MP 10.5), Dietrick & Gambrill, Inc. (MP 10.6), C. B. Comstock (MP 120.6), Beyer & Fortner (MP 20.6), Lewisburg Planing Mill Co. (MP 10.9), C. W. Galloway (MP 10.8), and Storage Siding (MP 0.9).

Station and Public Delivery (MP 10.3)

C. Dreisbach's Sons (MP 10.5)

Dietrick & Gambrill, Inc. (MP 10.6)

C. B. Comstock (MP 120.6)

Beyer & Fortner (MP 20.6)

Lewisburg Planing Mill Co. (MP 10.9)

C. W. Galloway (MP 10.8)

Storage Siding (MP 0.9)

Sheffield Farms (not listed)

Sheffield Farms is not listed, but the 1943 New York Division Makeup of Trains includes listings for trains RJ-10/11 as carrying a tank car between New York and Harrisburg for forwarding to Lewisburg (and many other creamery locations) via trains 570/571.

The building remains today (below) at 130 Buffalo Road.

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