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Re: Boxcar type question - By gfluck1 on 06/09/16 at 13:12:23 - 'LNE_8208_875x523.jpg' 63 KB
on Nov 13th, 2014, 10:24pm, gfluck1 wrote:       (Click here for original message)

 
Pictured below is LNE 8300 (Walter F. Frost photo), show in the originally paint scheme.  

 
Pictured below LNE 8208

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Re: Boxcar type question - By gfluck1 on 06/09/16 at 08:26:44 - 'LNE_8009_900x566.jpg' 62 KB
on Jun 15th, 2014, 10:26am, gfluck1 wrote:       (Click here for original message)

 
Pictured below is LNE 8043, shown in the "billboard lettering scheme" (Ray Brown photo).

 
Pictured LNE 8009 in original paint scheme.

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Re: LNE Coal Hoppers - By gfluck1 on 06/09/16 at 08:20:06 - 'LNE_4799.jpg' 37 KB
Pictured below is LNE 4799, is a 50-ton, offset side, twin hopper. Pressed Steel Car Company would deliver 150 cars, Road No.s 4724-4873 in 1934.
   
Light Weight - 40,000 lbs  
Load Limit - 100,000 lbs  
Capacity - 1,890 cu. ft.  
Inside Length - 30 ft    
Width - 10 ft    
Height of Sides - 10 ft 8 inches

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Re: Guess The Location - L&NE Edition - By L. Winston Ogle on 04/21/16 at 15:59:35 - 'LNE_DL_TRAIL.jpg' 210 KB
Wow, I guess only NEFAN figured this one out!
 
This is Lehigh Gap, and we're looking across the spot where the L&NE's Tamaqua Extension bridged the gap, looking east. The roadbed is now part of the Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor - LINK URL


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Re: Guess The Location - L&NE Edition - By L. Winston Ogle on 04/14/16 at 16:53:19 - 'LNE-3.jpg' 27 KB
This one's a softball, so you shouldn't have too hard a time figuring it out.....Until I found this image, I didn't know this was a place you could visit!

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Re: Guess The Location - L&NE Edition - By Raritan Clunker on 04/01/16 at 13:01:52 - 'AR-306139967.jpg' 22 KB
Here's a vintage one!
 
Though not evident, there is a crossing here, just behind the station. This crossing/interchange was built when two predecessor roads built thru this "middle of nowhere" (and kind of still is, even today), rural farming locale.
 
Today, you'd be hard pressed to tell even this much activity was located at this spot along side the road.
 
To tell you any more than that just wouldn't be fair.........
 


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Re: Guess The Location - L&NE Edition - By NEFAN on 01/29/16 at 16:33:41 - 'a.jpg' 92 KB
GTL

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Re: Guess The Location - L&NE Edition - By H. F. MALONE 3041 on 11/30/15 at 13:57:13 - 'LNE2.jpg' 75 KB
It's been a while....GTL!
 
"H.F. M."

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Re: L&NE Station signs - By lt230s on 10/06/15 at 16:30:08 - 'LNE-SUSSEX.jpg' 189 KB
Here's my version of Sussex in CADD. Still have to center & make the L&NE RR CO a little bolder.


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Re: L&NE Station signs - By darktown2 on 07/28/15 at 20:30:42 - 'LNE_001_729x547.jpg' 58 KB
Since I did so good on the first one, or perhaps not,  this is my second attempt at a L&NE sign. I think this one is better. Practice !!   Keith

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L&NE Station signs - By darktown2 on 07/28/15 at 20:23:17 - 'portland_003_729x547.jpg' 67 KB
As a kid when I walked across the Pine Street bridge in Catasauqua, I  always admired the L&NE Station sign on the freight house at Caty. I do believe it is still standing. Anyway since I would never find the real thing I decided to make a reproduction. I almost am finished , but wanted to share my results. Many hours of work and with the help of a friend Jim that has a real L&NE sign I got the lettering correct. The sign is on 10ga steel just like the L&NE did it. Wow they are heavy!!  Keith

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Re: bye bye Pen Argyl - By one87th on 07/11/15 at 22:15:30 - 'LNE611ad.jpg' 202 KB
Reading through all of these posts, it's interesting to see how many people lament that the Pen Argyl shops aren't being preserved. But to show the futility of that dream, look at something much simpler related to the L&NE. The last original L&NE Alco S-2, #611, still exists on a grain company siding in Indiana. The Lehigh Valley Chapter NRHS has been trying in vain for the last year to raise $35,000 to transport the engine home to a safe location on the Auburn & Allentown Railroad in Kutztown, PA, where it will be lovingly restored. But as of July 2015, they have only been able to raise about $6,000 in donations…far short of their goal.
 
Not to put anyone down on this board, but if a group can't raise the funds to just bring a single engine home from another state, what chance is there in this decade of ever saving the Pen Argyl shops. Just think of the costs involved in a project of that level, and where would the money come from?
 
I leave you with the ad for the "bring L&NE 611 home" campaign. Please share it with all that you can.

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LNE snowplow in HO scale - By rgorski on 07/08/07 at 21:58:36 - 'lne_plow.jpg' 30 KB
Hello everyone.
I was wondering if anyone here has attempted to build an ho scale model of a Lehigh and New England snowplow or has any ideas for a good starting point. The only snowplows available in ho scale that I know of are IHC and walthers and neither are close to the LNE prototype. Any help or input would be appreciated. Here is a picture of the prototype.
 


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Re: Lehigh and New England steam photos - By Aa3rt on 04/16/07 at 21:38:43 - 'AA-008LNE.jpg' 93 KB
Photo 8: #135, Class I-5, built by Baldwin Feb. 1931, C/N 61602 superheated new, scrapped April 1950. These brutes had to be some of my favorite steam power. The L&NE had six of this class, numbered 131-136. Note: The first three locos in this class (131-133) were built in Oct. 1927. However, #134, 135 & 136 were built in Feb. 1931. The photo caption is incorrect.  
 
PS-Doesn't it drive you crazy to see Pen Argyl listed as "Penn Argyle"?  

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Re: Lehigh and New England steam photos - By Aa3rt on 04/16/07 at 21:33:07 - 'AA-007LNE.jpg' 62 KB
Photo 7: Another view of #29, details of this loco accompany the first photo. Note the people in the photo, including a woman on the right. Possibly an early fan trip? (Photo dated 7/16/39)

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Re: Lehigh and New England steam photos - By Aa3rt on 04/16/07 at 21:29:58 - 'AA-006LNE.jpg' 67 KB
Photo 6: #22, class E 8, built by Baldwin, July 1906, C/N 28543, superheated Oct. 1920, scrapped March 1941. (At Tadmor roundhouse)

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Re: Lehigh and New England steam photos - By Aa3rt on 04/16/07 at 21:26:53 - 'AA-005LNE.jpg' 64 KB
Photo #5: #115, the first 0-8-0 in this group, Class I-2, built by Baldwin June 1915, C/N 42104, superheated new, scrapped April 1950. (Photo dated July 16, 1939 @ Pen Argyl-note the folks in the gondola-early fan trip?)

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Re: Lehigh and New England steam photos - By Aa3rt on 04/16/07 at 21:20:41 - 'AA-004LNE.jpg' 54 KB
Photo #4: #58, Class E-10, the only loco in this class, built by Baldwin, C/N 32838, July 1908, scrapped Feb. 1941. This locomotive was originally Lehigh Coal & Navigation #33, was used on the Panther Creek Railroad and sold to the L&NE in Dec. 1913, rebuilt by the L&NE in 1916.

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Re: Lehigh and New England steam photos - By Aa3rt on 04/16/07 at 21:18:40 - 'AA-003LNE.jpg' 71 KB
Next: #54, Class E 12, built by Baldwin Dec. 1913, C/N 40967, scrapped April 1950. (Photo dated June 1936 @ Pen Argyl)

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Re: Lehigh and New England steam photos - By Aa3rt on 04/16/07 at 21:15:28 - 'AA-002LNE.jpg' 55 KB
Next: #45, Class E-6, built by Baldwin in Dec. 1913, C/N 40965, scrapped December 1942.

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Lehigh and New England steam photos - By Aa3rt on 04/16/07 at 21:11:36 - 'AA-001LNE.jpg' 66 KB
Here are some photos I recently won on eBay. My thanks to George Picyk, Rahway Valley forum moderator, for scanning these so that I can share them with the rest of you.
 
First photo: L&NE Class E-9, #29 Baldwin C/N 35562, built Nov. 1910, scrapped July 1948.

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Where is this? - By S-12_Dave on 01/04/07 at 18:11:35 - '136.tunnel.sm.jpg' 185 KB
I know this is a photo of L&NE 0-8-0 #136 exiting a tunnel ....but where? ( photo was taken by a workmates relative...I scanned the negative for him )  
Any help from you L&NE fans would be appreciated.
 
Thanks,
 
Dave

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By njvike on 09/10/06 at 17:42:54 - 'backofstation.jpg' 141 KB
Rear of station

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By njvike on 09/10/06 at 17:40:51 - 'oldstation-3.jpg' 182 KB
Just another shot of the station

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By njvike on 09/10/06 at 17:38:49 - 'trail-3.jpg' 199 KB
Looking at what we believe is the ROW

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By njvike on 09/10/06 at 17:37:03 - 'glenwoodstation.jpg' 158 KB
Another shot of the station. An addition was place on here sometime ago.

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By njvike on 09/10/06 at 17:27:26 - 'station-2.jpg' 169 KB
I guess I should have had this in a new thread since this is really NY. My bad.
 
Was this also Napa Auto Parts at one time? It is now a day care.

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By njvike on 09/10/06 at 17:32:47 - 'map.jpg' 50 KB
Directions of the Glenwood area for the Pochuck RR/L&NE

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By njvike on 09/10/06 at 17:31:26 - 'tony.jpg' 129 KB
Lokking towards the other direction

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By njvike on 09/10/06 at 17:30:31 - 'tonj-2.jpg' 95 KB
Was this where the line ran?

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By njvike on 09/10/06 at 17:29:24 - 'daycare.jpg' 104 KB
I wish the fence was gone but at least it survives

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By njvike on 09/10/06 at 17:27:26 - 'oldstation-2.jpg' 87 KB
I guess I should have had this in a new thread since this is really NY. My bad.
 
Was this also Napa Auto Parts at one time? It is now a day care.

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By njvike on 03/18/05 at 22:58:21 - 'station.jpg' 76 KB
Halfway between Sussex & Pine Island at Owens Station Rd. in Vernon

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By lt230s on 08/23/06 at 10:06:20 - 'lne-nysw-1920-small.jpg' 68 KB
Just bought 4 negatives off E-bay of L&NE by the NYSW crossing. Shows the water tower, sidings, passenger car. The one was taken from tall structure, maybe coal tower?, looking south towards what is now rt. 23. You can see the Deckertown Extension in background along with another wye that turns into or just behind what is now Bob & Bill's Auto. Here's shot from E-bay posting

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Re: bye bye Pen Argyl - By alcoguy1 on 07/14/06 at 01:53:35 - 'LHR_NE_PenA.jpg' 453 KB
Thanx!  Ill try it again.  If it doesnt work this time I may need some help.  It's a jpg and its under 500kb.  This time Ill try it in Internet Explorer.  Any way even if the picture doesnt post correctly I thought you may want to see this link .  It goes directly to the real estate site where the land at Pen Argyl is listed for sale. The site is down for maintenance until later today.    
 
LINK URL

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By lt230s on 04/04/06 at 13:28:32 - 'LNE-Pulaski-hwy-Xnorth.jpg' 256 KB
And finally for this sequence is the Pulaski Highway crossing looking north towards Florida.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By lt230s on 04/04/06 at 13:27:19 - 'LNE-Pulaski-hwy-Xsouth.jpg' 189 KB
Further north heading up Pulaski Highway towards Florida is crossing of the mainline. This is looking back south towards Pine Island.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By lt230s on 04/04/06 at 13:25:40 - 'Pine-Island-Junction-North.jpg' 256 KB
This is looking from station north toward junction where branch joins back up with mainline.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By lt230s on 04/04/06 at 13:24:20 - 'Pine-Island-station-det.jpg' 144 KB
A detail shot of roof support.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By lt230s on 04/04/06 at 13:23:40 - 'Pine-Island-station4.jpg' 177 KB
Another side view.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By lt230s on 04/04/06 at 13:22:58 - 'Pine-Island-station3.jpg' 185 KB
End view of station.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By lt230s on 04/04/06 at 13:22:09 - 'Pine-Island-station2.jpg' 193 KB
Other side of station.

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L&NE interchange with M&UWG(M&NJ) - By lt230s on 03/08/06 at 09:47:48 - 'LNE-archive.jpg' 58 KB
I posed this question on the mnjrhs discussion board but also figured I would here also. I found an interesting piece of info that noted the L&NE or M&U was planning, or at least thinking about, a branch form Johnson, NY(M&U) to Wilcox(L&NE). For those not familiar, Wilcox was/is located where L&NE crossed present day Cty Rt.1 before heading into Pine Island.
On the attached partial list you can see item #3199 that there is some type of documentation that the idea was entertained.
I was curious if anyone else had ever heard of this.
John

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By lt230s on 03/07/06 at 12:50:44 - 'sussex-creamerynew2-1.jpg' 170 KB
Pic #2 of the north half Creamery. Darn trees keep getting in the way!!
I have others of side buildings, residences but figured I would keep to the more important industries served by the RR. It's a shame I didn't get pics of Consolidated Lumber before that got torn downback in the 90s.

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By lt230s on 03/07/06 at 12:41:35 - 'sussex-creamerynew1-1.jpg' 164 KB
Here's pic #1 of the front side of the Creamery. It now houses offices and apartments. It is adjacent to the dealership but set back more from the tracks. Probably for a siding or two. Per the picture in the dealership it was origianlly the Horton & Lewis Creamery, but my father always referred to it as Borden Creamery. I wish the leaves weren't on the trees so you could get better view of the building itself but...I'll just have to go back and take some more.

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By lt230s on 03/06/06 at 13:50:42 - 'Sussex_station-1961-1.jpg' 72 KB
Below is partial of the station picture from GingerB's website(author unknown) with the fountain with tall portion intact. This seemed to be a typical fountain design for Sussex. In the background is the Sussex Inn, a favorite watering hole when we became legal in the '70s.
John

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By lt230s on 03/06/06 at 13:39:27 - 'Sussex-LNEfountain2-1.jpg' 61 KB
Here's another close-up of the fountain looking north. Intsection of Rt. 23, 565 is behind and up on the hill is the backside of Sussex Inn (Union House). Older pictures show a higher ornament on the fountain, similar to what was in the center of town and the founatin by the NYSW up on the hill.
John

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By lt230s on 03/06/06 at 13:36:19 - 'Sussex-LNEfountain-1.jpg' 55 KB
on Mar 3rd, 2006, 5:19pm, CAR FLOATER wrote:       (Click here for original message)
Haven't been to Sussex in a few years, but I'll take a guess and say it's at the end of the Deckertown Extension?
 
And please, post more soon!
 
CF

Almost, it was about 1/10 of mile before the station. It is just across from what used to be Consolidated Lumber Co. on Walling Ave.
Here's some pics of the fountain that was by the station.This is looking south. The SUVs are where the station used to be. Walling Ave. is on the left.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 21:23:54 - 'oldtrail.jpg' 104 KB
Back on the main towards Florida.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 21:21:40 - 'structure.jpg' 45 KB
What appears to be the ROW in the yard along with some RR related cement structure

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 21:17:25 - 'opposite.jpg' 246 KB
Looking the other way back towards Pine Island.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 21:15:15 - 'cont.jpg' 155 KB
Continuing the trail.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 21:13:36 - 'jcttrail.jpg' 182 KB
We believe this is the ROW from the Junction.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 21:10:05 - 'trail-2.jpg' 168 KB
To Florida?

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 21:07:11 - 'where.jpg' 116 KB
Looking at some map of Railroads seem to suggest the direction was this way and was heading to Pine Island. Please let me know if this is correct?

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 21:04:58 - 'whatjunction.jpg' 85 KB
Is this Pine Island Junction?

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 21:03:26 - 'anothershotbridge.jpg' 152 KB
Just another shot of the bridge.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 21:02:01 - 'oldbridge-2.jpg' 123 KB
We spot this bridge not to far from Junction road where the railbed is facing towards NJ.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 21:00:32 - 'tonj.jpg' 97 KB
The ROW towards NJ.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 20:58:59 - 'jct.jpg' 86 KB
Going towards another direction, we came across this sign and the railbed

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 20:55:17 - 'trail.jpg' 168 KB
Following the trail it appears to have crossed this yard.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 20:52:25 - 'abutments.jpg' 187 KB
Some additional shots

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 20:51:14 - 'bridge-4.jpg' 149 KB
Some bridge abutments

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Bits and Pieces - Pine Island, NY - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 20:46:12 - 'walling.jpg' 16 KB
Another quick trip to Pine Island, NY starting here at Walling Avenue somewhere in the vicinity.


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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 12:17:21 - '2hainesburghjct.jpg' 229 KB
To Hainesburgh Junction.
 
The entrance from RT94 is the only way in without getting poked by thick pincher bushes as you will see what we encountered trying from Hainesburgh Jct.  

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 12:14:59 - 'planks.jpg' 181 KB
Be very careful of the rotting wood  

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 12:13:10 - 'troops.jpg' 214 KB
The troops are worn out  

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 12:12:01 - 'oldbridge.jpg' 194 KB
Another favorite location for picture take of the L&NE.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 12:09:18 - 'tbridge.jpg' 178 KB
Contuing towards Hainesburg Jct.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 12:07:12 - 'truss.jpg' 178 KB
Heading towards the truss bridge to Hainesburgh Junction.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 12:01:36 - '94.jpg' 136 KB
Here is the location on RT94 where you can see quite a few pictures of the L&NE heading towards Hainesburg Juction.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:52:51 - 'tower.jpg' 90 KB
Looking from RT94. The tower is where the maintenance yard is located.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:50:56 - 'myard.jpg' 178 KB
Still on Stark Road looking towards the Knowlton Maintenance Yard.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:46:47 - 'marker.jpg' 239 KB
Not a mile marker but what else could this be  

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:45:00 - 'stark.jpg' 239 KB
Leaving the maintenance yard and proceeding to RT94 North, turn down Stark Road to see the L&NE ROW.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:41:41 - 'yard.jpg' 162 KB
Looking towards RT80 and the bridge.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:39:52 - 'toha.jpg' 122 KB
Still heading towards Hainesburg Junction.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:37:56 - 'knowlton.jpg' 188 KB
Just past RT80 is the Knowlton Maintenance Yard and where the L&NE is still heading towards Hainesburg Junction. What is unclear to me is the folks at the yard tell me that the driveway into the yard is where the tracks where. Looking towards to the left of the drieway also look like the railbed.
 
I will assume they are correct.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:30:45 - '80.jpg' 156 KB
We are now just a few feet from RT80 (West)

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:26:40 - '2bridge.jpg' 119 KB
Looking in the opposite direction from the picture above. Heading towards the bridge in Columbia.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:24:01 - 'cstructure.jpg' 139 KB
The beginning of the bride in Columbia.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:21:36 - 'add.jpg' 175 KB
Still inspecting the area.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:20:19 - 'portlandtoc.jpg' 190 KB
In Portland looking towards Columbia.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:17:06 - 'tohainesburgh.jpg' 189 KB
In Columbia looking to Hainesburg Junction.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:14:20 - 'columbiaabutments.jpg' 163 KB
Now on the Columbia Side of the bridge.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:12:32 - 'tostation.jpg' 124 KB
In Portland, you can clearly see the bridge abutments from here. We are in Porltand just above the last abutment looking towards Portland Station.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:08:33 - 'cbridege.jpg' 387 KB
I'm now back in Columbia and looking to Portland

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:03:13 - 'west.jpg' 158 KB
Continuing west

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 11:00:21 - 'topenargyle.jpg' 154 KB
Still continuing towards Pen Argyle.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 10:58:28 - 'bridge-3.jpg' 161 KB
Continuing towards Pen Argyle, I ran across this bridge.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 10:55:56 - 'to_columbia.jpg' 142 KB
Headin in the other direction towards Columbia.

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 10:53:35 - 'penargyle.jpg' 136 KB
Heading towards Pen Argyle

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Re: Bits and Pieces - Hainesburg to Portland - By njvike on 01/14/06 at 10:49:23 - 'portland_addon.jpg' 103 KB
Another shot of the former station. The arrow reflects the addition that was added on once the station was purchased from the L&NE.

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Re: The Line From Tamaqua To Landsford - By Lehigh_George on 12/31/05 at 09:39:36 - 'TunnelApproach.jpg' 118 KB
Here is a view of the approach to the tunnel in Lansford shot off of the public road on Edgemont Street. I went in search of the Lake Hauto side but it is definately collapsed and barely any traces can be found that it ever existed.    My question is did anyone take any pictures of L&NE trains from this location in the past? Also ... Does anyone know of any pictures of the Williamsporter traveling through Lansford? Thanks!
 
Lehigh_George
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Re: The Line From Tamaqua To Landsford - By Lehigh_George on 12/30/05 at 23:51:33 - 'WaterTower.jpg' 99 KB
I visited Lansford again today to explore the town area more indepth. While I was exploring the easter most part of town I discovered what appears to be a water tower with rail access. I was wondering if this was used to service the LC&N and LN&E steam locomotives or was it used for a different purpose? Thanks for any help! I will post a few more pictures from today's adventure and add them to my virtural tour.
 
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Tracking down the L&NE - By John_S. on 11/13/05 at 18:37:36 - 'lnemap.jpg' 216 KB
I saw this on a Lehigh Valley railfans website and thought...How cool would it be if we got all the members on this forum to do this. They have the system map and highlighted all tracks that are in service or are out of serice but are still in place. I thought this would be a neat idea to do with the L&NE. Ya never know what could still be in place that other people dont know about. I started it out but please feel free to change it and post it. Enjoy  
 
-John

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By njvike on 09/18/05 at 13:01:13 - 'crossing.jpg' 141 KB
Looking towards Sussex from Augusta Hill Road.

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By njvike on 09/18/05 at 12:59:41 - 'tosussex-3.jpg' 215 KB
Just pass RT206, the line continues to Sussex.

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Re: L&NE in Sussex, NJ - By njvike on 09/18/05 at 12:57:36 - 'trestle.jpg' 127 KB
John,
 
Not sure where all my L&NE pictures disappeared to on this forum on the L&NE but here's an addition. This is right in Augusta where the EL crossed with the L&NE.

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Re: LNE Nazareth Branch - By sneezehorse on 09/14/05 at 23:22:27 - 'LNE7.jpg' 54 KB
That's me on the RoW in Jacobsburg State Park
Mike


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