An Erie Lackawanna freight with interchange cars destined for New England pulls into the former New Haven yard at Maybrook, NY, behind a U33C/SD45 duo. When this photo was taken in June 1969 Penn ... (more)
This train of ex Lackawanna MU's will momentarily depart the Summit NJ station for Hoboken Terminal. Note the unique horn design above the engineer's compartment which is sure to get his attention... (more)
Erie Lackawanna GP7 1227 with the local "Roustabout" at Kingsland station Lyndhurst, NJ in July 1975.
Always something to see at Steamtown. As I was informed via comment, Office Car. Thanks for the info.
Trains PB-99 and PB-100 were expedited piggyback trains operating between Chicago and Boston via the Erie Lackawanna, Delaware & Hudson, and Boston & Maine, using pooled power from all three lines... (more)
An eastbound Erie Lackawanna freight off the Delaware Division approaches the yard at Port Jervis, NY, behind an F7/F3B duo. Lead unit 6114 seems to have lost its nose logo somewhere along the way... (more)
An early era Conrail meet is seen at Ebony on the former PRR Chicago-Fort Wayne line.
URHS's historical railroad equipment sits idle at the Boonton restoration facility. This equipment is earmarked for the future New Jersey Transportation Heritage Center, a museum that was original... (more)
An SD45/SDP45 duo accelerates a westbound freight out of the Erie Lackawanna's Port Jervis, NY, yard on a fall morning. The EL's SDP45s were not built for passenger service, but made use of the lo... (more)
The spring runoff has raised the Delaware River above its banks, but the Erie Lackawanna is high and dry as a trio of U25Bs leads an eastbound freight from the Pennsylvania side into New York and ... (more)
An Erie Lackawanna freight stretches out through the yard as it prepares to depart west from Port Jervis, NY, on the Delaware Division, behind a C425/GP35 lashup.
The head brakeman aligns the switch for a Chicago bound manifest freight, led by three E units, just east of Broad street in 1975.
HISTORIC LINEUP... The only surviving Erie Lackawanna U34CH is parked outside of the Star Track restoration building in Boonton, N.J. This locomotive is part of the United Railroad Historical Soci... (more)
Empty coal hoppers from Bethlehem Steel begin their journey back to the mines. The early Conrail motive power consist includes an Erie-Lackawanna SD45, a Penn Central GP30, and a Reading C424.
For 54 years, the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western’s original 1930 MU cars served its suburban electrification. On their first journey they were piloted out of Hoboken by Th... (more)