A westbound Erie Lackawanna freight behind an SD45/SDP45 lashup prepares to depart Port Jervis, NY, for a run up the Delaware Valley. The EL bought a batch of SDP45s minus passenger steam boilers ... (more)
On a quiet weekend morning, Erie Lackawanna RS-3 952 and assorted coaches await the Monday rush hour in the small layover yard at suburban Spring Valley, NY.
EL 2573 leads NY84 at Amolamink,PA, just prior to derailing several miles later, May 27, 1976.
A pair of Erie Lackawanna/NJDOT U34CHs and their trains await the evening rush hour at Hoboken Terminal. The big U-boats handled all diesel trains out of Hoboken at the time.
A set of ageless Erie Lackawanna MUs pose beneath the trainshed of Hoboken Terminal, a regular sight for more than fifty years that is now becoming a long-ago memory.
Alco C-425 EL 2458 leads a westbound merchandise train at Waldwick, NJ, Oct 5, 1974. Who knew just how special this would be looking back 45 years!!!
EL 2505 running long hood forward (and with EL lettering above the maroon stripe), at Ridgewood Jct, NJ, Jan 1974.
EL 2504, a U25B, with a rail grinder train, at HoHoKus, NJ. Note the 6 axle ex steam tendor still being used, April 1975.
EL GP-7s 1401 and 1403 lead the Port Jervis bound commuter train westbound at Ridgewood Jct, NJ, during July 1974.
EL 2452, an Alco C-425, sits at Croxton Yard, Secaucus, NJ, on Sept 15, 1974.
EL 1273 along with 2 EL F units still in service, at Burwick, PA. April 26, 1975.
EL 1025 at the sanding tower, Croxton Yard, Secacus, NJ during January, 1976.
EL 922 at Croxton Yard, Secacus, NJ during January, 1976.
EL 1227 with EL Caboose C125 at Croxton Yard in Secaucus, NJ, Sep 1974.
EL E8 #825 leads the Port Jervis bound passenger train at Ramsey, NJ, May 1974