A Lehigh Valley eastbound manifest waits for a clear signal to proceed eastward through Pittston Junction.
The lead unit is a former PRR RS11m, built in 1957.
Note the second unit ... (more)
High above the Delaware River, Lehigh Valley train NE-1, with 99 cars, makes its exit from New Jersey.
1950 built S-12 #243 idles at the west end of Coxton Yard.
Lehigh Valley PA-1 units have been pressed into freight service after the demise of most of the railroad's passenger service. The Lehigh Valley discontinued all passenger trains early the followin... (more)
Always a great place to see Lehigh Valley power, the old footbridge in the shop town of Sayre was the vantage point for this shot.
Delivered earlier in that year, LV 560 gets a hand wash at the Oak Island engine terminal. I was chased out of there after these shots on account of high anxiety at the start of the Korean War. ... (more)
I wandered into the Lehigh Valley engine terminal at Oak Island and managed to snap off a few shots before I was chased off due to the heightened security concerns coinciding with the start of the... (more)
Rounding out my series of wreck cleanup shots is likely LV #23, a "no name" train, westbound for Lehighton, Pa., passing the cleanup at restricted speed. Thanks to Railfan & Railroad for help ID'... (more)
In this view, another steam engine, LV 3189 joins the 5218 in work train detail clearing up a freight derailment on the LV main at Union. I was a 17 year old high school kid with my Bolsey camera... (more)
This is my first box of Kodachrome, I stumbled upon this LV freight derailment wreck site where a gang was working to clear the mess. Steam only had one more year on the LV; by this time it was r... (more)
Four C420s take Apollo on last leg from Bethlehem to North Jersey on miserable rainy day
Cosmetic restoration of actual LV 414 (not a fake) by URHS. Shot at So. RR of NJ facility, Winslow Jct., NJ. Fujichrome Sensia 100, Olympus OM-4, Zuiko 50mm f1.8
Kodachrome II, Yashica TL