Lehigh Valley's flagship passenger train The Black Diamond ran between New York City and Buffalo until 1959, when the LV's passenger service was reduced to (2) mainline trains a day. The John Wi... (more)
View looking out Lehigh Valley 112 going through Black River & Western's Ringoes yard.
Lehigh Valley #601 was the first of the Valley's PA1's built in March 1948. After passenger service ceased in February 1961, it was used in freight service for a while before being sold to paren... (more)
Lehigh Valley 112, arrives at Black River and Western's Ringoes Station, with the first trip during the Memorial Day weekend.
Built in 1939, Lehigh Valley 112, runs around its train at Flemington. The 112 will make a couple more trips during the day, between Flemington and Ringoes, for the start of another season of excu... (more)
Three Lehigh Valley EMD GP38AC #312, #311 and #313.
LV 112 at Black River & Western's yard in Ringoes, NJ.
Lehigh Valley 112 with the next to last excursion on the Black River & Western for 2013.
USRA sponsored new power for the LV in the form of GE U23B's as the railroad was bankrupt.
About to enter Allentown Yard
Freshly painted locomotive on turntable.
A pair of Lehigh Valley C628's climb upgrade in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania.
Eastbound train seen from the Hill to Hill Bridge
Tug Cornell was built in 1949 at the Jakobson Shipyard in Oyster Bay, NY for the Lehigh Valley Railroad in New York City and was one of the Lehigh Valley Railroad's "Four Aces". It was built with ... (more)