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Searching for Ghosts of the Erie in Sterling

I can’t help but be reminded of the late Richard Jacobs when I am in or think about Sterling.

It was the last place I saw Jake alive and during the final years of his life he often hung out at Sterling and photographed CSX operations on the New Castle Subdivision. 840 more words

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Erie-lackawanna Railroad~ Specimen Stock Certificate ~ Series A Prefd < Than 100

Erie-lackawanna Railroad~ Specimen Stock Certificate ~ Series A Prefd < Than 100
I Have ( 6 ) Different Value Erie-Lackawanna Railroad Specimen Stock Certificates That Are For Sale Individually And In Different Listing Categories. 441 more words


Walthers GP35 First Look

I’ve been busy finishing my basement in order to facilitate the construction of the rest of the layout. Despite the fact that my workbench and paint booth are of temporarily commission I tend to keep an eye on rolling stock and locomotive releases that will fit the  layout’s theme. 465 more words

Prototype Information

Ex-Erie Station in Fair Lawn Being Renovated

The former Erie Railroad station in the Radburn section of Fair Lawn, New Jersey, is closing for four months for some badly needed TLC.

It is getting a new roof, ceiling and interior renovations. 397 more words

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In Memory of Michael Andrew Ondecker

Former Akron Railroad Club member Michael A. Ondecker, 69, died of a heart attack on Jan. 30.

Services were held at the Tallmadge Cemetery on March 3 with the Rev. 353 more words

Akron Railroad Club News

EL Business Car Arrives at Pa. Short Line Railroad

Genesee Valley Transportation Company will use a former Erie Lackawanna business car that was sold last month.

EL No. 2 recently arrived in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Built by Pullman for the Central Railroad of New Jersey, the car later was sold to the Erie Railroad. 68 more words

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What We've Lost over Time on the EL in Kent

Sometimes when a railroad becomes a fallen flag, much of the rails and other infrastructure disappear and only memories are left. Compare this view of the Erie Lackawanna trackage in Kent in the late 1960s with what the Wheeling & Lake Erie operates now. 26 more words

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