UP 1996 works the yard in Sayre, PA on NS H12, seen passing the old Lehigh Valley Station.
In memory of my father, Richard T. Steinbrenner, who passed on Friday, January 22nd, I am posting this picture. Many of you knew my father and many others are familiar with his books on Alcos and... (more)
Set up and ready to roll southbound.
The S&A 1065 sits quietly in the "yard" at Sayre, PA as the H12 local led by NS 9403 departs for Elmira, NY. The 1065 was supposed to be the leader for the departing H12, since it trailed on the i... (more)
The Lehigh Railway turn to Sayre has just dropped it's inbound train off and is preparing to head down to the outbound train. The crew is switching ends and the 3002 will lead going East out of Sa... (more)
Tied down at Sayre is the H13 local train with the Erie heritage unit behind the two black NS units.
Lehigh Valley's only Baldwin road switcher idles at the west end of the Sayre yard.
Lehigh Valley power gathered at Sayre, PA in May 1973. Photograph by John F. Bjorklund and cou... (more)
One of the former Monon C628's catches the last rays of afternoon sun.
Two sets of photogenic "Yellowjackets" await their next assignments. Incandescent lighting courtesy of the Lehigh Valley Railroad. Kodachrome original.
We stopped in Sayre on our way to Binghamton and found this SD-50 switching cars on a work train. The top of the Sayre station can be seen above the 3rd car.
A late date to find an F unit on the LV; one of two left along with the 572
The last day before becoming a fallen-flag, the Lehigh Valley terminal at Sayre was the object of a last-minute attempt by the photographer to capture pure LV before the startup of Conrail, some 3... (more)