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Railroading as it Once Was: Running On the Erie Lackawanna High Iron to Chicago West of Marion

Is there such as thing as having too many photographs of Erie Lackawanna E units? In theory, yes, but in practice we don’t think so. 114 more words

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Railroading as it Once Was: When Erie Lackawanna and Delaware & Hudson Swapped Power

In advance of being absorbed by Conrail, the Erie Lackawanna did some “tidy up” work.

The Delaware & Hudson had acquired three EMD SD45s once their demonstration chores were done. 154 more words

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Railroading as it Once Was: Three Images that Capture the Essence of the Erie Lackawanna

Just as it was 40 years ago this month that Conrail began, it was 40 years ago that the Erie Lackawanna last operated as a railroad. 354 more words

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EL Group Prepares, Serves Meal in Moving Diner

Members of the Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation Society prepared and served dinner in an EL dining car last month, the first time in more than two decades that a meal was been prepared aboard the car while it was in motion. 170 more words

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Railroading as It Once Was: The EL on Akron's East Side was Still Busy in Conrail's Early Years

The former Erie Lackawanna on the east side of Akron was still a busy route in the early years of Conrail. Traffic carried between Chicago and the East Coast by the EL before the inauguration of Conrail continued to use ex-EL tracks east of town. 158 more words

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Recent Sights In NS Rockport Yard

Roger Durfee has been busy recording some odds and ends that he spotted in Rockport Yard in Cleveland.

In the top photograph is Horizon Rail SD9 No. 107 more words

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Why Go to Binghamton?

Although this is not from a first-class negative, it brings back an Akron memory worth posting. The Erie Lackawanna had run-through/pool power/leased units that would appear from time to time and surprise the local railfans. 52 more words

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