|Title||Tickets, transportation, sample, 3: Erie-Lackawanna Railroad. Yearly Ten Trip Ticket Between Maplewood & N.Y. 1967.|
|Object Name||Ticket, Transportation|
|Collection||Hoboken Railroad Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Railroad ticket samples, three: Erie-Lackawanna Railroad Company. Yearly Ten Trip Ticket Good for Ten Continuous Trips Between Maplewood and New York. 1967.
Printed cardstock, 2" x 3" wide. Three each. Form 10-Y (D2). One punch. Inkstamp on reverse: SAMPLE Feb 5 1967 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 (although ferries would end the next year.) 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.
A.G. Oldenquist, General Passenger Traffic Manager.
|Year Range from||1967|
|Year Range to||1967|
|Caption||front and back (typical), February 5, 1967|
Business & Commerce