A couple of EL GP35 locomotives idle at the Huntington, IN yard office. John E. Troxler collection, Photographer unknown. Original Ektachrome slide.
My father probably never imagined when he took this picture at the Alco plant in Schenectady, NY that freshly built Erie Lackawanna C425s 2461 and 2455 would still exist 56 years later. EL 2461 i... (more)
A Gladstone Branch commuter train crosses the Passaic River on a trestle at Millington, New Jersey.
EL SD45 3607 sits on display at NMOT in Kirkwood.
On a damp afternoon, Erie Lackawanna RS3 931 pokes its nose out of the Hoboken trainshed as it awaits its rush hour run to the suburbs.
As passengers prepare to board for Hoboken, an Erie Lackawanna train from Port Jervis, NY, enters the station at Suffern, NY. An E8 leads a string of old Stillwell coaches that would soon be repla... (more)
After over twenty years of pulling commuter trains in New Jersey and New York, this Erie Lackawanna GP7 was bumped to local freight service when the U34CH’s were delivered. Originally Erie 1404, t... (more)
Erie Lackawanna GP35 2565 brings the "bottle train" through Niles, OH past the old Erie Railroad depot on its way back to Youngstown, OH.
The conductor looks back for latecomers as a set of former Lackawanna MUs, forty years old at the time, prepares to depart South Orange, NJ, for the Hoboken terminal.
Erie Lackawanna GE U25B 2525, Alco C424 2405, EMD SD45 803 (Owned by D&H) and SDP45 3653 at Port Jervis, New York in October, 1972 No photographer listed on slide.