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.
Lehighton Bicentennials 2 - After the westbound train that I followed to Lehighton cleared the interlocking where the CNJ and LV mains joined after 1972, the helper set with the EL bicentennial SD... (more)
"Take a left on Pierre Ave..."
Earlier in the day this particular section on the NY&GL branch was covered with pallets from the adjacent business which was unaware that a trai... (more)
"Historic Street Running"
With quite the crowd in attendance to document this move, EL 3372 the last surviving U34CH left its home in Garfield after sitting there for over 10 y... (more)
One locomotive, two numbers.
Wearing its two different numbers EL 3358 and NJT 4158. U34CH is going through a rebuilding process at the ex-CNJ shops at E-Port, NJ 01/27/1979
Alco RS-3 1040 was built in March 1950 as Delaware Lackawanna & Western 902. Broad street tower is visible in the distance.
A colorful "radio equipped" with portholes E8A leads a manifest west through Griffith in 1975.
Looking like it's missing it's two front teeth, a westbound EL train was about to cross PC at Kenton with the nose door wide open giving the crew a little relief from the hot summer weather.
The U34CH has spent many years in this yard with the pair of New York & Greenwood Lake GP9s. Now their time together has come to an end as the U34CH prepar... (more)