The scene depicts another day on the Lehigh Valley as Cornell red motors chug through Sayre. However, we are deceived by the black diamond U boats for on this particular day in April Conrail had b... (more)
Looking like she's brand new from the builder, former Lehigh Valley 414 sits at the head end of a display consist in the parking lot at Steamtown. The engine is now on the Delaware-Lackawanna ros... (more)
Three Lehigh Valley Alco C628's, (636 and 632 in "Snowbird" attire) lead an eastbound departing Coxton Yard at Pittston Junction in the late summer under threatening skies. This Allentown bound tr... (more)
Farewell Lehigh Valley: The month stamped on this slide is May 1976, but the consist indicates the picture was taken prior to Conrail. On April 1st, GP38AC 310 became the property of Conrail, bu... (more)
Lehigh Valley Coal Company 0-6-0ST No. 126 heads towards the Highway 321 crossing as it makes it way back to the Rockton yard of the South Carolina Railroad Museum.
Lehigh Valley Coal Company no. 126 pushes its train up the grade past Greenbrier, SC on a gorgeous fall morning. The locomotive spent two weekends as a working guest at the South Carolina Railroa... (more)
LV 641 and 628 (C-628's) coming through Easton, PA on an afternoon in May 1975
One of the most meaningful aspects of the railfan hobby to me is the shared love of trains with my father. My father brought me on railfan trips from an early age, and I started taking print pict... (more)
Lehigh Valley 518 is still in the original Cornell red color scheme as the A-B-B-A set of F3 units backs up at Lehighton late on a May afternoon.
An A-B-B-A set of Lehigh Valley F3 units backs down to pick up a train. The Pennsylvania Railroad had increased its stock ownership of LV by this time as the tuscan red color scheme of 522 illustr... (more)
On display at Railfest.
A late date to find an F unit on the LV; one of two left along with the 572
My first shot of the Lehigh Valley -- I was heading from Ithaca to Sayre and caught this westbound just south of Van Etten Junction and chased north to Watkins Glen (a very fast chase!).
This image would be the very first of many images I got of Conrail. We literally stumbled across these two former LV C628s making a move in Wilkes Barre, PA on April 9, 1976. In some ways, I gue... (more)