The DL&W Hoboken Terminal Built in 1907, the terminal stands tall as one of New Jersey's premier historic landmarks. LACKAWANNA is spelled out vertically on the reconstructed 225 foot tall clock tower though Eire was added to the lower neon sign after a 1960 merger. A trip to the station is a like a trip back in time, though you'll have to find less direct routes to Scranton, Buffalo and Chicago.
Or, take the ferry from the newly restored slips directly to New York City just as they had 100 years ago!
An ongoing/growing album of photos that IMHO reveal the awesome, but seldom seen beauty of railroads at sundown or in the light of sunrise. From dusk to dawn, lights are on! (And I continue to find new "Lights In The Night"!)
This gallery contains photos of equipment and properties that became, were and used to be part of the Erie Lackawanna Railroad. This gallery also contains photos of equipment paying tribute to the EL or its predecessors.