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Kent as it Used to Be

Here is the Kent you’ll never see again. It’s the late 1960s, and the Erie Lackawanna is still alive. The passenger station is still in use and there is an Erie boxcar sitting south of the station. 41 more words

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Just Being Nosey With My Camera

For safety’s sake, I rarely took nose shots, but sometimes a locomotive would be sitting still, or I would use a telephoto lens from a safe location. 162 more words

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Special Trains to Mark Railroad's 50th Anniversary

In honor of the 50th birthday of the Livonia, Avon & Lakeville Railroad, the Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum will sponsor special excursion trains. 165 more words

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NE Pa. Short Line Set to Resume Tourist Trains

A 25-mile tourist railroad in Northeast Pennsylvania will return to service on May 9.

Service on the Delaware Lackawaxen & Stourbridge Railroad is set to launch over the 25-mile Honesdale-Lackawaxen line. 219 more words

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Peaceful Rails In Late Afternoon Sunlight

Several years ago Trains magazine asked the question of whether railroad photographs must have a train in them. The magazine then proceeded to publish a page of railroad images without trains. 198 more words

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EL Passenger Service Ended 45 Years Ago

Although the Erie Lackawanna’s Lake Cities was discontinued 45 years ago today, thankfully through this photograph we can still relive a moment in its and Akron’s history. 42 more words

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It Didn't Get Much Better than This on the EL

It was the dark and cloudy afternoon on April 6, 1968, and I was getting ready to head home. In the distance I heard one last train. 59 more words

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