Over 325 broadsides and three-quarter views of Erie Lackawanna rolling stock are detailed in brilliant color in this book. While not the richest road the EL rostered some very interesting freight and passenger cars; some inherited from predecessors Erie and DL&W and some purchased new.
Contents: Business Cars, pp. 6-9; Dining Cars, pp. 10-15; Sleepers, pp. 16-19; Coaches, pp. 20-25; Mail Cars, pg. 26; Baggage and Express Cars, pp. 27-29; Main and Box Express Cars, pp. 30-31; Cabooses, pp. 32-39; Flat Cars, pp. 40-46; Piggyback Trailers, pp. 47-48; Auto Racks, pg. 49; Coil Steel Flats, pp. 50-51; Gondolas, pp. 52-56; Equipped Gondolas, pp. 57-62; Covered Hoppers, pp. 63-71; Open Hoppers, pp. 72-74; Double Door Boxcars, pp. 75-79; Single Door Boxcars, pp. 80-89; Grocery Cars, pp. 90-93; 60 Foot Automobile Parts Cars, pp. 94-97; High-Cube Auto Parts Cars, pp. 98-100; Mechanical Refrigerator Cars, pg. 101; Non Revenue Equipment, Cranes, pp. 102-107; Snow Fighting Equipment, pp. 108-111; Other Maintenance-of-Way Rolling Stock, pp. 112-119; Miscellaneous, pp. 120-123; Rolling Stock not equipped with couplers, pp. 124-126; Marine Equipment, pp. 127-128.
Hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, standard portrait size, Color images with captions.