|Title||Timetable: Erie-Lackawanna RR, long distance routes, NY ... Buffalo ... Chicago. Eff. Oct. 30, 1960.|
|Collection||Hoboken Railroad Collection|
|Credit||Museum Collections. Gift of a Friend of the Museum.|
|Scope & Content||
Timetable: Erie-Lackawanna Railroad, The Friendly Service Route; Between New York, Scranton, Binghamton, Elmira, Buffalo, Jamestown, Youngstown, Cleveland, Akron, Chicago. Effective October 30, 1960.
Single leaf 9" high x 15-15/16" wide folded to 4" wide. No form number. PDF on file.
The first schedule for long distance passenger service issued by the newly-merged railroads. Mainline service; trains operated from Hoboken (called New York Terminal in schedule.) See archives 2012.007.0089 for a schedule of the same date for service as far as Binghamton and Scranton.
Merger of Erie Railroad and Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad took effect on Oct. 15, 1960.
The Lake Cities
The Phoebe Snow
The New Yorker
New York Mail
Equipment description and accomodation details for each train is given. A very useful document for the beginning of the E-L.
Besides ferry and motor coach (bus) services, travel to or from Hoboken via the Hudson & Manhattan Railroad is stated; fare twenty-five cents.
|Year Range from||1960|
|Year Range to||1960|
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad
|Caption||front as folded|
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