Other DL&W, Erie and EL Web Sites
Web Link DL&W Sussex Branch Memorial Web Site
Dave Rutan’s site devoted to the DL&W Sussex Branch history and his efforts to moedl it in HO Scale
Web Link Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation Society
Dedicated to the preservation of the passenger and dining car experience on the Erie Lackawanna and its predecessors through the purchase and restoration of Erie Lackawanna passenger and dining equipment.
Web Link New Jersey Midland Railroad Historical Society
The New Jersey Midland Railroad Historical Society, Inc. is dedicated to the preservation of the history of the railroads that have operated in New Jersey, with special emphasis on the New Jersey Midland; its successor New York, Susquehanna & Western; and other lines connected or affiliated including Lehigh & Hudson River; Lehigh & New England; Middletown & New Jersey; New York & Greenwood Lake; and Wharton & Northern.
Web Link Fred Stratton’s Erie Railroad Page
This Site Is A Collection of Memories By Railfans of the Erie Lackawanna Railroad. Much Of The Information And Photos You will See Has Come From Numerous Sources And Where Possible I Have Given Proper Credit. This Site Is Constantly Being Updated and Welcomes Your Comments And Contributions. Please Feel Free To Drop Me An Email And Let Me Know What You Think.
Web Link Jeff Mutter’s Erie Lackawanna Scranton Division Web Site
Jeff’s Erie Lackawanna’s Scranton Division in July of 1975! This site is a collection of information about the Division — the physical plant, operations, and paperwork, plus photos, plans, and information about the HO-scale model of the Division that several that Jeff’s friends and he are building
Web Link Jim Gerofsky’s EL Ops Web Site
Listing of east and west bound EL freight trains from just after the Erie & DL&W merger to the EL’s absorption into Conrail in 1976.
Web Link Jim Sponholz’s Erie Pages
This page presents information of use to individuals researching ancestors/relations who worked for the Erie Railroad. The primary data source is the company’s “Erie” magazine. The time period covered here is mainly Erie – from the early days (circa 1851) through the first two years of the Erie-Lackawanna merger transition. The only way that this site can continue to expand is with the help of people who hold employee rosters, photos and other sources in their collections who are willing to contribute their information to the project.
Web Link Jon Liles’ DL&W and Erie Web Site
A collection of public and employee time tables, book of rules, maps and other information produced by the Erie, DL&W, and EL railroads. Also include third party information from industry publications and insurance maps.
Web Link EL, DL&W & Erie Timetables at NAOTC
Erie-Lackawanna Timetables Through the Years including predecessors and related lines a presentation of the National Assn. of Timetable Collectors.
Web Link Rich Tubbs’ Erie Lackawanna Page
Collection of Rich’s Erie, Dl&W and EL photographs
Web Link Ron Dukarm’s Erie Lackawanna Photos Web Site
Ron’s collection of Erie, DL&W, and EL photographs hosted on Railfan.net
Web Link Utica Chenango and Susquehanna Valley LLC
A real estate management company which owns the former Lackawanna Railroad property through the Towns of Bridgewater, Plainfield, Winfield, Columbia and Richfield in central New York. They have plans to build a narrow guage railway for public passenger service
Web Link French Creek Valley Railroad Historical Society
FCVRRHS is organized and operated solely for educational and public service purposes and is recognized by the IRS as a public charity. Current projects include, the production of a library of video recordings of interviews of former railroad employees, and the construction of a museum fashioned after the Erie Railroad passenger station in Meadville which was designed in 1893. In addition to interactive exhibits, displays of railroad artifacts, and a theatre, the museum will house a model of the Meadville railroad yard complex as it existed between the years of 1945-1955.
Web Link EL / Erie / DL&W Railroad Magazine Archive
This collection of EL, Erie. and Lackawanna Railroad employee magazines is provided for personnal use by J. Henry Priebe Jr.