That's the old Elizabethport passenger station in the background.
Built for Conrail in 1979.
Built for the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1957.
Built for the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1956.
Built for the Reading Lines in 1964.
Built for the Pennsylvania Railroad in November of 1956
I think these are rebuilds. Nice, none the less.
The slug is E-L B-65. It was homemade from a Baldwin at Hornell, N.Y. in 1965. Another one of those "all gone" scenes.
Not a GE in the bunch.
Note the different number boards.
Ex- Erie-Lackawanna 3310 sits underneath the wash rack at Croxton yard, presenting a view of those fat Adirondack trucks.
To see this unit in full E-L glory, check out photo #26694.