A pair of F units dressed up in the Lehigh Valley scheme haul an excursion from Cape May Courthouse to Cape May on a gorgeous fall day in southern New Jersey
A Lehigh Valley EMD switcher leads a short westbound local freight on the truss bridge over the Jersey Central main line.
Lehigh Valley power at Sayre, PA in June 1974.
Lehigh Valley Alco FA-2 units sit next to Bethlehem tower under the Hill-to-Hill bridge with westbound freight.
Lehigh Valley Alco FA-2 units sit in front of the Bethlehem station with a caboose.
Lehigh Valley EMD SW8 switchers 250 & 251 are seen from Bethlehem tower that controls the Reading crossing and interchange.
Eastbound making good speed on the superelevated curve the Geneva local roles thru the vineyards along Seneca Lake.In a matter of days on 4-1-76 trains stopped running here.
Northbound along the Lehigh River on the former CNJ L&S line.
LV #200 shoves a caboose past three RS11's at Sayre, PA.
LV #200 was the only Baldwin Road Switcher on the Lehigh Valley diesel roster. The brick station in Sayre was built in 1881 and is preserved today by the Sayre Historical Society who have a 99 ye... (more)
Lehigh Valley #400 was the first of four low nose RS-11's on the roster. She is seen here basking in the sun on a service track in Sayre Yard.
Lehigh Valley RS-2 #213 is idling below the footbridge in Sayre, PA. Everything seen in this picture is now a "Fallen Flag"
LV 300 leads a PC U33B on RN-87 "the Paterson Man" as it heads west on the former EL, nee ERIE main Line.
The end of this Buffalo freight had a beautiful caboose. We used to call these anthracite cabooses because of the large number of this type running on the independent railroads of the anthracite r... (more)
Lehigh Valley 211 basks in the sun at the Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum (http://www.rgvrrm.org).