Erie-Lackawanna's oldest GP7 and two others sit near the old coal silos at Port Jervis. This 1950 unit has the unusual large headlight and wears the first E-L color scheme as well as the hyphenate... (more)
Erie-Lackawanna U25B 2508 and two mates sit in Port Jervis. These units were only about four months old at the time and carried the railroad name with a hyphen.
Erie's first passenger GP7 retained its number under Erie Lackawanna. The locomotive and four car train are set to depart Port Jervis for Hoboken.
Erie Lackawanna PA-1 awaiting its fate.
First trick operator Donald Nielsen of the C&WI hands up orders to the head end of an eastbound mixed freight. James Lennon photo. Barry Lennon collection.
Erie U34CH 3371 in commuter service somewhere in NJ.
The U34CH was built for New Jersey DOT/Erie Lackawanna commuter service. Basically, it was a U36C, but some of the power was used through modi... (more)
EL S1 310 backs through North Judson.
EL hump job Marion OH
Westbound EL train at Griffith IN junction
eastbound extra in downtown Marion
set of power Erie Lackawanna yard Marion OH
EL 6591 picks up orders at Pullman Jct on the south side of Chicago, IL
An eastbound EL freight crosses the B&OCT at State Line Tower.
Although a Conrail train by this date, the former EL Cleveland to Youngstown train #28 heads east after crossing the ex PC Cleveland Line at Erie Crossing tower, just out of sight around the far c... (more)