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The U34CH #3372 is the last of its type. The monster Universal Series GE awaits cosmetic and possibly mechanical restoration at the United Railroad His... (more)
"U-Boat in Your Face!" Erie Lackawanna U-Boat #3372 sits looking tough during the now annual URHS of NJ 2015 Night Photo Shoot.
"EL U-Boat from the Wall" Erie Lackawanna U-Boat #3372 sits quietly with a Conrail boxcar keeping it company during the now annual URHS of NJ 2015 Night Photo Shoot.
URHS Heritage Festival Night shoot '15!
A two-unit pusher set, behind former DL&W F-3 No. 6351, idles in front of the former Erie Railroad depot in Susquehanna, Pa., awaiting the next eastbound train needing an assist across the Gulf Su... (more)
A full view of the engineers side of the historic 3372 on its way out of the New York & Greenwood Lake's Dundee Yard. Since this locomotive arrived on the NYGL... (more)
Many generations of transportation in one area
United Railroad Historical Society's former Erie Lackawanna U34CH 3372 waits at the StarTrak restoration facility in Boonton. The 3372 will soon undergo restoration. Inside the building is the Hi... (more)
C112 was caught resting in the EL yard in Dayton. It is a Dunmore caboose [ a riveted one] and rode on express car style trucks. C112 is supposed to be the last caboose on the West End of the EL ... (more)
A Morristown & Erie crew with the help of a New York & Greenwood Lake pilot escort the beastly GE up the middle of Monroe Street at Palisade Avenue. The engine w... (more)
Erie-Lackawanna train excursion with E8(A) 816 and 823 with a southbound New York Central freight, in the lead F3(A) 1633, F7(B) 2438 and F7(A) 1659 at Kingston, New York October 10, 1969.
Celebrating passing the 5M page-view mark here at railpictures.net with these uploades, John is pleased his photos are appreciated by those born in the new millennia, and feels very connected by w... (more)
It is only a few months since Conrail came into being, and EL 3645 sits on former EL rails at East Voris Street.
Erie Lackawanna Alco S-2, 1963.
A partially-repainted Alco switcher passing Todd Shipyards, Hoboken, New Jersey.