It may look like an Erie Lackawanna locomotive, but in reality this F7A was originally built in February 1953 for the Bessemer & Lake Erie. 136 more words
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Historical artifacts don’t always come with much explanation of their past. Such was the case with this train bulletin board that is mounted on a wall of the Midwest Railway Preservation Society roundhouse in Cleveland. 729 more words
I purchased some unused Erie-Lackawanna tickets and decided to have a little fun in honor of the Akron Railroad Club.
Using an EL punch (purchased from an old EL employee), I produced a one way ticket from Akron to Hoboken, New Jersey. 32 more words
The March 2018 issue of the Akron Railroad Club eBulletin features a story about ARRC President Craig Sanders’ quest to “find” the Erie Lackawanna.
It is a fallen flag railroad that he never saw in person during its 1960-1976 lifetime because he never lived in an areas served by the EL. 88 more words