EL's tug Elmira slips past the ferry John is riding revealing the mail and express tracks of the EL Hoboken Terminal. These boxes arrived on long distance passenger trains which were being elimin... (more)
Days before the end of ferry service by EL, the commuters from Hoboken to Manhattan via ferry started here on the New Jersey side of the river.
Days before the end of ferry service by EL the commuters from Hoboken disembark at Barclay St. for their jobs. Most commuters who made the daily trek from New Jersey were already using PATH train... (more)
A former DL&W GP7 and an EMD SW9 sit at East Buffalo.
A classy and colorful caboose is at the rear of a manifest freight as it rolls west through Griffith almost thirty nine years ago, just east of the famous Broad street tower. Gotta love those spru... (more)
This EMD FT was wrecked in a collision with another train near Tobyhanna, PA on July 15, 1962. A loaded coal hopper came down right on top of the cab. A cutting torch specialist was called in to e... (more)
An Iconic Oasis
Built in 1907, the DL&W Hoboken Terminal stands tall as one of New Jersey's premier historic landmarks. LACKAWANNA is spelled out vertically on the reconstructed 225 foo... (more)
a pair of EL E's led a westbound EL freight through Griffith, IN
a pair of cosecutively numbered EL SD45's with train wait at busy Pullman Jct for it's turn to cross the numerous diamonds and railroad that pass through
power at EL's Chicago area facility
eastbound and westbound EL trains meet at Pullman Junction on the south side of Chicago
From my slide collection by BILL NIXION.
From my slide collection by BILL NIXON.
Conrail is very much in its infancy as two former EL trainman have a lively discussion in the yard at Binghamton, NY on April 10, 1976.
Eastbound EL manifest HF-98 is about to get an assist across the Gulf Summit grade by a pair of F7A pushers based in Susquehanna, Pa. Both the lead locomotive and caboose are pre-merger Erie Railr... (more)