Full colour pictorial for the Erie Lackawanna, a railroad famous for its colourful motive power and rolling stock, its valiant efforts to compete with larger lines, and for its fleet of large power, dominated by unique variations on EMD's SD45. Volume 1 in this series, written by the past president of the EL Historical Society, focuses on the "west end," the route from Chicago which seemed to avoid the largest cities and instead meander through smaller towns such as Hornell, Salamanca, and Mansfield and on to Meadville, PA. This volume revisits that route plus goes down the Dayton branch, up the Cleveland branch, and other smaller lines. Over 180 crisp photos by some of the EL's best photographers show the locomotives in action as well as the stations and trackside structures along the way - invaluable for any Erie modeller. With maps. 1991 Morning Sun Books. Hardcover with dw. Good condition, small nicks to dw. Spine slightly sunned. Corners bumped. Out of print. 128pp. 70-Z8NS-6JG8
Erie Lackawanna in Color Volume 1 The West End (DeYoung)
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