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Part #: MSB-1031 -EL Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment - By Larry DeYoung - WAL #: 484-964
Over 325 broadsides and three-quarter views of Erie Lackawanna rolling stock are detailed in brilliant color in this book. While not the richest road, the EL rostered some very interesting freight and passenger cars; some were inherited from predecessors Erie and DL&W, and some were purchased new.


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Part #: MSB-1120 -Erie / DL&W Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment - ByLarry DeYoung and Mike DelVecchio - WAL #: 484-1059
View the freight, passenger and non-revenue equipment of the Erie Railroad and Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad through more than 300 color photographs. Examine the many workaday freight and commuter cars as well as the passenger cars of the through trains of these two roads.


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Part #: MSB-1034 -Erie Railroad Trackside with Robert F. Collins - By Larry DeYoung - WAL #: 484-1000
The third Trackside book covers the dean of Erie Railroad photography, the late Bob Collins, through more than 225 vintage views of steam and diesel.


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Part #: MSB-1125 -Lackawanna Railroad Trackside with Henry W. Peterson - By Mike DelVecchio - WAL #: 484-1017
One man's quest to capture DL&W steam on color film in the early 1950s, with a little CNJ, PRR, NYC, D&H and Erie steam thrown in.


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Part #: MSB-1005 -Lackawanna Railroad In Color Vol. 1 - By David R. Sweetland - WAL #: 484-83
This is a hardcover 128 page, all-color book on the DL&W during the Post-World War II years that features the best of steam, electric and diesel operations. Nearly two hundred brilliant color photographs take the reader on a journey on the Route of the Phoebe Snow. These were the diesel years of the Lackawanna, but steam still had an important role to play in both commuter and freight service.


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Part #: MSB-1187 - Lackawanna Railroad  In Color Vol. 2 - By Jeremy F. Plant - WAL #: 484-1098
The steam and diesel operations of the DL&W are examined in more than 240 vintage color photographs.


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Part #: MSB-1188 - Lackawanna Railroad In Color Vol. 3: The Transition Years - By John R. Canfield - WAL #: 484-1183
The story of the DL&W's changeover from steam to diesel 1945 to 1960 by this noted former Lackawanna official.


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Part #: MSB-1369 - Erie Railroad In Color Vol. 2 - By Stephen M. Timko - WAL #: 484-1369
A fond system-wide look back at steam and diesel operations by noted Erie authority Timko.


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Part #: MSB-1003 - Erie Lackawanna In Color Vol. 2: New York State - By Larry DeYoung - WAL #: 484-122
EL expert Larry DeYoung examines the Empire State operations of the Route of Friendly Service from Buffalo/Hornell to Syracuse, Utica and Suffern. Ride the Southern Tier and its extensive branchline system when the EL hosted anything from SD45s to F3s on the head end.


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Part #: MSB-1032 - Erie Lackawanna In Color Vol. 3: The East End - By Larry DeYoung - WAL #: 484-211
This work highlights the former DL&W mainline, Bloomsburg Branch and myriad New Jersey branches. Vividly illustrated in that wonderful time, the route is Binghamton thru Scranton down to Hoboken before heading up to Suffern on the “Erie” side.


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Part #: MSB-1033 -Erie Lackawanna In Color Vol. 4: The Early Years - By Larry DeYoung - WAL #: 484-994
Go back to the beginnings of the EL, when the Erie and Lackawanna joined their fleets of diesels together to form a unified fleet. This varied collection of locomotives was gradually repainted, after being tastefully given an E-L decal, and supplemented by new second generation Alcos, GE’s, and EMD’s. All lavishly illustrated in over 250 color photos.


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Part #: MSB-1178 - Erie Lackawanna In Color Vol. 5: Merger Memories - By John R. Canfield - WAL #: 484-1120
Follow the travails of the Erie Railroad and DL&W as they merge into the Erie Lackawanna in 1960 through the eyes (and camera) of a Lackawanna official. The personal anecdotes and opinions of author Canfield make it a delightful read.

 


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Part #: MSB-1263 - Erie Lackawanna In Color Vol. 6: The Color Photography of William J. Brennan - By John R. Canfield - WAL #: 484-1173
Noted EL photographer Bill Brennan shows his best work on through trains, freight and some commuter operations. Features exquisite night work.


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Part #: MSB-1429 - Erie Lackawanna In Color Vol. 7: Mahoning Division - By Stephen M. Timko - WAL #: 484-1429
A journey through the Company's most highly-industrialized division with a veteran Mahoning Division employee. Journey with us to take a look at the division that produced more revenue annually than the balance of the Railroad.


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Part #: MSB-1248 - Trackside in the Erie Lackawanna New Jersey Commuter Zone with William J. Brennan - By William J. Brennan - WAL #: 484-1146
Bill Brennan’s inspired photography showcases the EL’s commuter service prior to the introductions of the U34CH locomotive and Comet Cars. Stillwells and RS3’s, freight service, branches that haven’t run in almost four decades - it’s all here in this all-Jersey book.


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Part #: MSB-1179 - Erie Lackawanna Through Passenger Service In Color Vol. 1: 1960-1965 - By John Boehner - WAL #: 484-1168
A train-by-train analysis of Erie Lackawanna’s long distance service in its early years. Author Boehner looks at every aspect of the road’s intercity passenger department in this unique book.


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Part #: MSB-1303 - Erie Lackawana Through Passenger Service In Color Vol. 2 1965-1970 - By John J. Boehner - WAL #: 484-1303
The PHOEBE SNOW, some lesser trains and THE LAKE CITIES are examined as EL winds up its long distance passenger service.


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Part #: MSB-1268 - Erie Railroad Facilities In Color Vol. 1: New Jersey - By Robert J. Yanosey - WAL #: 484-1178
This is the first in a three-volume set that examines the stations, towers, shops, and just about anything else not-on-wheels along the Erie Main Line and its branches in the Garden State, chiefly during the Erie Lackawanna years.


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Part #: MSB-1278 - Erie Railroad Facilities In Color Vol. 2: New York State - By Robert J. Yanosey - WAL #: 484-1278
Station-by-station, tower-by-tower, the journey west continues across the Empire State looking at facilities on the Erie and EL. Terminals, shops, interiors, bridges, even some trains passing by.


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Part #: MSB-1286 - Erie Railroad Facilities In Color Vol. 3: PA, OH, IN, IL - By Robert J. Yanosey - WAL #: 484-1286
Stations, towers, shops and much more on the west end of Erie RR territory prior to 1976. This final volume also covers the branches west of Meadville.


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Part #: MSB-1274 - Erie Lackawanna Trackside with the McCarthys - By Jos.H., Jos. M. and John A. McCarthy - WAL #: 484-1274
Joe McCarthy’s two sons accompanied him on photographic expeditions on the Erie Lackawanna and grew up with their own photographic interpretation of the Friendly Service Route.


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Part #: MSB-1294 - Lackawanna RR Facilities In Color Vol. 1: Hoboken to Dover - By Robert J. Yanosey - WAL #: 484-1294
The Lackawanna described itself as “Mile for Mile, the Most Highly Developed Railroad in America” and the suburban Morris & Essex Division lived up to this slogan. There are photos of stations, towers, bridges and shop buildings on the Main Line and Boonton, Gladstone and other branches.


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Part #: MSB-1311 - Lackawanna RR Facilities In Color Vol. 2: Dover to Scranton - By Robert J. Yanosey - WAL #: 484-1311
Out of the suburban zone and out into the countryside of NJ and eastern Pennsylvania to see “Mile for Mile the Most Highly Developed RR in America.”


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Part #: MSB-1339 - Lackawanna Railroad Facilities In Color Vol. 3: Scranton to Buffalo- By Chuck Yungkurth - WAL #: 484-1339
Scranton native Chuck Yungkurth takes the reader on an all-color tour of the DL&W’s stations, towers and other buildings in Scranton and on west.


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Part #: MSB-1347 - Trackside along the Erie Railroad and its Connections with Jim Kostibos- By Jim Kostibos - WAL #: 484-1347
An all-color retrospective on the Erie and EL and key freight connections east of Hornell, NY.


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Part #: MSB-1379 - Trackside Erie to Conrail with Robert F. Collins - By John R. Canfield - WAL #: 484-1379
Bob Collins was not only a lifelong railfan photographer but a railroad employee. Follow both his hobby and vocation on the Erie Railroad through the colorful Erie Lackawanna years and onto Conrail and NJ Transit. Bob’s wanderings took him all over the former Erie system during those years and his wonderful photography is preserved herein.


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