Erie Railroad Official Photography Vol 2: C to F by Daniel G Biernacki SoftCover
Erie Railroad Official Photography Vol 2: C to F by Daniel G Biernacki SoftCover
Erie Railroad Official Photography Vol 2: C to F by Daniel G Biernacki SoftCover
Erie Railroad Official Photography Vol 2: C to F by Daniel G Biernacki SoftCover

Erie Railroad Official Photography Vol 2: C to F by Daniel G Biernacki SoftCover

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Erie Railroad Official Photography Vol 2: C to F by Daniel G Biernacki SoftCover
 
Erie Railroad Official Photography Vol 2: C to F by Daniel G Biernacki
Soft Cover
128 pages
Copyright 2016
CONTENTS (photos)
Literary St Yard
Cook Coffee Co
All three Huletts simultaneously work a boat
Lee Road, everyone discharged for the return to Cleveland
Photo of dignitaries and crew members (not named) on April 20 1949 after the engines from the special train had run.
Road Diesels used the firecracker antenna
Engineer Ward Williams, Fireman Joe Ganderd, Brakemen Bill Freshour, Flagman Connie Line and Conductor Gerald Miller enjoy the break
An undated photo of Depew NY, MP 414.5.
Unusual double headed freight
Engineer and #3377
Robert Miller (worked at 55th Street Yard)
George S Manger, Meadville, March 1947
Fred Sanderson, hostler at Marion in July 1947
INTRODUCTION:
Volume 2 continues coverage from Cleveland and ends at Freight Claims. My hope is that this material generates more interest in the Erie's operation and history. Many of the photographs in this book were taken by John Long for use in the company magazine, the front cover of an example is at right.
As a reminder, we'll be using timetable mileposts, numbered according to the three main elements of the Erie. Jersey City-Salamanca and Dunkirk, Hornell-Buffalo, and Coming-Rochester were numbered from Jersey City. Salamanca-Marion-Dayton began westward from Salamanca with an "S" prefix. Marion-Chicago progressed westward from Marion with an "M" prefix. Finally, Cleveland-Youngstown-Pymatuning was numbered eastward from River Bed, Cleveland with a "C" prefix. Branch lines did not carry a letter prefix.
Dan Biernacki

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