|Title||Ticket, transportation, sample: Erie-Lackawanna Railroad. Yearly Ten Trip Ticket Between Murray Hill & N.Y. 1963.|
|Object Name||Ticket, Transportation|
|Collection||Hoboken Railroad Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Railroad ticket sample: Erie-Lackawanna Railroad Company. Yearly Ten Trip Ticket Good for Ten Continuous Trips Between Murray Hill and New York. 1963.
Printed cardstock, 2" x 3" wide. Form 10-Y (D2). One punch. Inkstamp on reverse: SAMPLE Jan 9 1963 Rand McNally & Co.
Rail travel was to or from Lackawanna Terminal in Hoboken where the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad's ferry service was used to end or begin a trip. The back of ticket is blank where earlier ones once had text about the use of the ticket for ferry passage. PATH (Port Authority Trans-Hudson Railroad) was available, but also not mentioned.
R.H. Taylor, Passenger Traffic Manager.
|Year Range from||1963|
|Year Range to||1963|
|Caption||front and back January 9, 1963|
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