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)
Three Alco Century 425 units are ready to couple onto a westbound on a cold January night. These units had been delivered the previous October.
Former DL&W 818 and former Erie 826 sit with the mostly mail and express train 22 in Port Jervis. This was a Binghamton to Hoboken accomodation that was run after the through trains had been route... (more)
EL F7 6351 and three other units sit at Port Jervis with a freight about to head west. This unit is the former DL&W 635-A. Good friend Roger Cook and I spent two afternoons and nights here in very... (more)
Perfectly matched and consecutively numbered GP35s 2560, 2561 & 2562 pull an eastbound freight through Port Jervis in the late afternoon. EL was running its second generation power in matched sets... (more)
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.