|Title||Ticket blank: Erie Railroad Co.,1-way coach ticket between [blank] & Hoboken. N.d., ca. 1956-1960.|
|Object Name||Ticket, Transportation|
|Collection||Hoboken Railroad Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Railroad ticket blank: Erie Railroad Company, one-way coach ticket: [blank] & Hoboken. No date, would have been in use from 1956-1960.
Blue paper, two-part, 2-1/4" high x 5-1/4" wide. Serial number 23005; Form BL-C. Reverse is blank.
(note: second example of same on file, serial no. 23013)
No entries, validation stamps or punches.
The Erie Railroad began to operate several suburban and other passenger routes to and from Hoboken starting in 1956 while still maintaining selected routes to its Jersey City terminal. The combining of service at Lackawanna Terminal in Hoboken with the Delaware, Lackwanna & Western Railroad took place over four years starting in 1956 and culminated in the formal merger of the two railroads in October 1960 as the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad.
It would have been valid on Pullman service for an additional charge.
|Year Range from||1956.0|
|Year Range to||1960.0|
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad
|Caption||blank two-piece one-way coach ticket [blank] & Hoboken|
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