I took a ride to Hoboken recently to check out the terminal after the crash that happened more than two weeks ago.
The terminal partially reopened on Oct. 260 more words
In light that October 17 was the day the Erie Lackawanna was created in 1960, I’ll repost this “Roger’s Reflections” piece.
The Erie Lackawanna Railroad was (and remains) very instrumental in how I got into this hobby back in the early 70s. 409 more words
Cosmetic restoration of a former Erie Railroad Alco S-2 switcher has been completed by the French Creek Valley Railroad Historical Society in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
The project got underway in 2007 and was completed with society members finishing the lettering of No. 112 more words
Here is another one from an October 1976 visit that I made to Scranton, Pennsylvania. The Erie Lackawanna units are no strangers to this former Delaware, Lackawanna & Western shop, but that Penn Central (ex New York Central) GP35 is there courtesy of the Conrail merger a few months earlier. 24 more words
An October 1976 trip to Scranton, Pennsylvania, yielded this photo of some stored former Erie Lackawanna F units.
Although the new Conrail was only a few months old, many former EL units had already been renumbered. 77 more words