The east side of the Erie Railroad's Newark Branch lies in ruins since having seen its last train in 1977. Heading west, this branch spurred off the Boonton Line near Arlington and continued acro... (more)
There is a friendly wave from the engineer as an A-B-A set of Erie Lackawana F-units passes by.
The pistol grip levers of AC Tower in Marion, Ohio show years of use. While the tower is is no longer in service it has been impeccably restored by volunteers at Marion Union Station. The Levers... (more)
EL 7091 is teamed with an Alco on this freight seen at the station in Salamanca, NY.
A westbound E-L freight cruises through Griffith, IN, behind power that seemingly only the E-L or the Rock Island could field. E8A 818 is paired with an F7B and RS3 1049 to move the train towards... (more)
An outbound Commuter train led by ex Erie E8a heads up former Erie Bergen County line south of Rutherford NJ
An Erie Lackawanna/New Jersey Department of Transportation U34CH "Bluebird" waits out the weekend on a snow covered Sunday. This image was taken around Christmas Break 1976/New Year's 1977. The Bl... (more)
It's only a few months into the Conrail merger and this ex EL pup has yet to be renumbered, and it is still working in former EL territory. A former Erie searchlight signal looms above.
EL Alco Century 424 2403 and two others are at Port Jervis. These were the only new locomotives delivered to the merged railroad in black and yellow and were built in May 1963.
Former Erie PA-1 852 has cut off a passenger train from Hoboken at Port Jervis.
An EMD GP35 sits alone at Secaucus. The unit was five months old.
A former Erie GP7 leads a wreck train with an EMD GP35 in tow at Secaucus.
EL F3 7144 leads a mixed group of units which will couple onto a westbound freight. This unit had been Erie 714-D and was purchased from the defunct NYO&W. This was the second day at Port Jervis a... (more)