It seems every railroad that ever came up with a really great paint schem was merged. I a couple of the best looking C-628s have arrived on a freight.
Lehigh Valley power at Sayre, PA in June 1974.
LV #200 shoves a caboose past three RS11's at Sayre, PA.
LV #200 was the only Baldwin Road Switcher on the Lehigh Valley diesel roster. The brick station in Sayre was built in 1881 and is preserved today by the Sayre Historical Society who have a 99 ye... (more)
Lehigh Valley #400 was the first of four low nose RS-11's on the roster. She is seen here basking in the sun on a service track in Sayre Yard.
Lehigh Valley RS-2 #213 is idling below the footbridge in Sayre, PA. Everything seen in this picture is now a "Fallen Flag"
Always a great place to see Lehigh Valley power, the old footbridge in the shop town of Sayre was the vantage point for this shot.
D&H 1216 with LV 323 next to the Lehigh Valley passenger station, crew has just set off its train and waiting to travel back to Binghamton, NY.
This SW-1 is kept very busy at GE Railcar's Sayre facility.
Former Lehigh Valley Depot at Sayre, PA.
Turn job from Binghamton, NY to Lehigh Valley Railroad at Sayre, Pa.
Odd pairing. The BAR units were on their usual annual leaseout.
A rare C32-8 (only 10 ever built) sits in Sayre, PA in 1987.
6 different models are seen at this ex LV fueling area:U23B,SDP-45,GP30,GP38,GP35,and U25B.
RS-3's #4085 & 4099 have just brought in the daily transfer run from Binghamton, NY and are headed over to pick up their outbound train.