This Volume, the sixth in the series covering the Erie Lackawanna, covers the mid-60s or the best financial period of the roads troubled 15 plus year history. From 1965 to 1969 except for 1967, the EL enjoyed a positive net income. Freight traffic was generally brisk, new motive power gradually superseded the first-generation diesels and the road made substantial progress in reducing its heavy Passenger Service deficit.
The Hudson River Terminal, pp. 5-24;
Erie Lackawanna Action on the E Side, pp. 28-57;
Erie Lackawanna Action on the L Side, pp. 61-84;
Erie Lackawanna After Dark, pp. 86-95;
The Great Viaducts, pp. 96-103;
Additional Points of Interest (points West), pp. 104-115;
Selected Roster Shots, pp. 116-128.
Morning Sun Books, hardcover with dust jacket, 128 pages, standard portrait book 8 x 10 in., Color photographs with captions.