One of two RDC-1 'Budd Cars' built for the Lehigh Valley, this one rests in its home state.
Lehigh Valley 40 was built by Budd in 1951 for passenger service between Lehighton and Hazelton, PA. It later worked for Reading and SEPTA before being donated by PennDOT to the RRMofPA in 1984. ... (more)
After an extensive rebuild SW9 Locomotive was restored to its original owner livery at B&P shops in Brookville, PA
Lehigh Valley 112 about to leave Flemington for Ringoes, NJ with the first Easter Bunny Express trip of the day.
Elementary, Watson! It appears the cab-end truck on Lehigh Valley C420 #411 has picked a switch point, thereby dragging the two adjacent locomotives off the rails as well.
And check out the guy o... (more)
Lehigh Valley's only Baldwin road switcher idles at the west end of the Sayre yard.
A mainline train apparently had some setouts or pickups along an industrial track here, and at least three units derailed. The RS-11 near the crane has been re-railed, and the C420 at left is next... (more)
Lehigh Valley's carfloat terminal was just north of Jersey Central's Communipaw ferry terminal. Across the Hudson River, the World Trade Center (North Tower) is under construction.
A pair of Lehigh Valley Alco products led by C628 #640 lead an eastbound freight at Dupont, PA in July 1975. Photograph by more)
Lehigh Valley power gathered at Sayre, PA in May 1973. Photograph by John F. Bjorklund and cou... (more)
This westbound train will follow the Susquehanna River toward Sayre, Pa and points beyond.
United Railway Historical Society's Lehigh Valley F7's #578 and #576 made an appearance at the Hoboken Terminal in May of 1995 followed by an exc... (more)
A D&H/ Lehigh Valley run through train bound for Allentown, PA., gets under way after work at the yard and a meet with a passenger excursion. It was a consolation prize for photographers, unable t... (more)
A couple of Lehigh Valley veterans wait for servicing under the sand tower at Oak Island. Photo is from my collection with no photographer listed on slide.
One of the former Monon C628's catches the last rays of afternoon sun.