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The Conrail Cyclopedia - Erie Lackawanna Books.

A Colorful Look at the Erie Lackawanna: An Employee's Photo Essay
A Colorful Look at the Erie Lackawanna: An Employee's Photo Essay by Rich Pennisi
Paperback: 64 pages
Publisher: Railroad Avenue Enterprises, 2002
From the Publisher: "With over 100 color photos, plus track diagrams and a map depicting the railroad from the late 1960’s to the Conrail takeover. Covers the road from Binghamton to the shores of the Hudson. "

Anthracite Railroads & Mining In Color Volume 2
Anthracite Railroads & Mining In Color Volume 2 by Chuck Yungkurth
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2012
From the Publisher: "An all-color look at the intimate relationship between the anthracite coal industry and the D&H, EL, R&N and other area roads."

Dereco In Color: The N&W Tests the Waters in the Northeast 1968-72
Dereco In Color: The N&W Tests the Waters in the Northeast 1968-72 by Arthur J. Erdman
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2015
From the Publisher: "Dereco was the Norfolk and Western Railway's attempt to counter the Penn Central merger's possible effects on its freight business. Acquisition of the Delaware and Hudson and Erie Lackawanna allowed the N&W to enter the lucrative Northeast market. However, the PC’s failure and an early season hurricane resulted in dissolution."

EL Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment
EL Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment by Larry DeYoung
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 1998
From the Publisher: "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 were inherited from predecessors Erie and DL&W, and some were purchased new."

EL Freight Equipment Diagram Book
EL Freight Equipment Diagram Book Publisher: Erie Lackawanna Historical Society
From the Publisher: "EL freight diagrams."

Erie / DL&W Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment
Erie / DL&W Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment by Larry DeYoung and Mike DelVecchio
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2001
From the Publisher: "View the freight, passenger and non-revenue equipment of the Erie Railroad and Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad through more than 300 color photographs. Examine the many workaday freight and commuter cars as well as the passenger cars of the through trains of these two roads."

Erie Lackawanna Diesel Locomotives Volume 1: Switchers
Erie Lackawanna Diesel Locomotives Volume 1: Switchers by Robert A. Liljestrand. et al
Paperback: Unknown
Publisher: Bob's Photos (EL Historical Society)

Erie Lackawanna Diesel Locomotives Volume 2: Road Switchers
Erie Lackawanna Diesel Locomotives Volume 2: Road Switchers by Robert A. Liljestrand and David R. Sweetland
Paperback: Unknown
Publisher: Bob's Photos (EL Historical Society)

Erie Lackawanna In Color Volume 2: New York State
Erie Lackawanna In Color Volume 2: New York State by Larry DeYoung
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 1991
From the Publisher: "EL expert Larry DeYoung examines the Empire State operations of the Route of Friendly Service from Buffalo/Hornell to Syracuse, Utica and Suffern. Ride the Southern Tier and its extensive branchline system when the EL hosted anything from SD45s to F3s on the head end."

Erie Lackawanna In Color Volume 3: The East End
Erie Lackawanna In Color Volume 3: The East End by Larry DeYoung
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 1994
From the Publisher: "This work highlights the former DL&W mainline, Bloomsburg Branch and myriad New Jersey branches. Vividly illustrated in that wonderful time, the route is Binghamton thru Scranton down to Hoboken before heading up to Suffern on the “Erie” side."

Erie Lackawanna In Color, Volume 4: The Early Years
Erie Lackawanna In Color, Volume 4 by Larry DeYoung
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 1997
From the Publisher: "Go back to the beginnings of the EL, when the Erie and Lackawanna joined their fleets of diesels together to form a unified fleet. This varied collection of locomotives was gradually repainted, after being tastefully given an E-L decal, and supplemented by new second generation Alcos, GE’s, and EMD’s. All lavishly illustrated in over 250 color photos."

Erie Lackawanna In Color, Volume 5: Merger Memories
Erie Lackawanna In Color, Volume 5: Merger Memories by John R. Canfield
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2004
From the Publisher: "Follow the travails of the Erie Railroad and the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western as they merge into the Erie Lackawanna in 1960 through the eyes (and camera) of a Lackawanna official. Since this was basically an 'East End' merger. The territory covered by this book is the east end of the E-L. Also it is organized chronologically beginning in the early 1950s and ending in the mid-1970s before Conrail. The personal anecdotes and opinions of author Canfield make this a delightful story."

Erie Lackawanna In Color, Volume 6: The Color Photography of William J. Brennan
Erie Lackawanna In Color, Volume 6: The Color Photography of William J. Brennan by John R. Canfield
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2006
From the Publisher: "Noted EL photographer Bill Brennan shows his best work on through trains, freight and some commuter operations. Features exquisite night work."

Erie Lackawanna In Color, Volume 7: Mahoning Division
Erie Lackawanna In Color, Volume 7: Mahoning Division by Stephen M. Timko
Hardcover: 128 pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2012
From the Publisher: "A journey through the Company's most highly-industrialized division with a veteran Mahoning Division employee. Journey with us to take a look at the division that produced more revenue annually than the balance of the Railroa"

Erie Lackawanna In Color, Volume 8: New York Division
Erie Lackawanna In Color, Volume 8: New York Division by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2013
From the Publisher: "The New York Division was the busiest division on the EL comprised of a tangle of suburban commuter lines and freight routes. Photographers Al Holtz and Bill Rosenberg captured the workings of this dynamic division from New York City and out to the Delaware River."

Erie Lackawanna In Color, Volume 9: Working the Extra List
Erie Lackawanna In Color, Volume 9: Working the Extra List by Arthur J. Erdman
Hardcover: 128 pages, 250 color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2016
From the Publisher: "Former EL operator and dispatcher Art Erdman describes the day-to-day workings on this colorful fan favorite. His behind the scene explanations compliment the more than 250 color photographs, all taken on the road’s east end."

Erie Lackawanna Power In Color, Volume 1: Switchers, Medium HP Roadswitchers, and Passenger Units
Erie Lackawanna Power In Color, Volume 1: Switchers, Medium HP Roadswitchers, and Passenger Units by Stephen M. Timko
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2013
From the Publisher: "A look at the first half of the EL roster---#B-21 through #2586. Switchers, first & second-generation road-switchers through the Century, U25B and GP35s. Includes the E-8 and PA units."

Erie Lackawanna Power In Color, Volume 2: 3301-845
Erie Lackawanna Power In Color, Volume 2: 3301-845 by Stephen M. Timko
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2014
From the Publisher: "Former EL employee Timko completes the coverage of this railfan favorite road starting with U33C #3301 and ending with former passenger-equipped F3A #8454. Coverage includes the U36C and the New Jersey-owned U34CH units, EMD SD45, SDP45 and SD45-2’s. Completing the coverage of this fallen flag are the FT’s, F3’s and F7’s, as well as the Alco 1500 and 1600 horsepower A’s and B’s. "

Erie Lackawanna Trackside with the McCarthys
Erie Lackawanna Trackside with the McCarthys by Joseph H., Joseph M., and John A. McCarthy
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2006
From the Publisher: "Joe McCarthy’s two sons accompanied him on photographic expeditions on the Erie Lackawanna and grew up with their own photographic interpretation of the Friendly Service Route."

Erie Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 1: New Jersey
Erie Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 1: New Jersey by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2006
From the Publisher: "This is the first in a three-volume set that examines the stations, towers, shops, and just about anything else not-on-wheels along the Erie Main Line and its branches in the Garden State, chiefly during the Erie Lackawanna years."

Erie Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 2: New York State
Erie Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 2: New York State by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2007
From the Publisher: "Station-by-station, tower-by-tower, the journey west continues across the Empire State looking at facilities on the Erie and EL. Terminals, shops, interiors, bridges, even some trains passing by."

Erie Railroad Facilities in Color, Volume 3: Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois
Erie Railroad Facilities in Color, Volume 3: Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2007
From the Publisher: "Stations, towers, shops and much more on the west end of Erie RR territory prior to 1976. This final volume also covers the branches west of Meadville."

Lackawanna Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 1: Hoboken to Dover
Lackawanna Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 1: Hoboken to Dover by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2007
From the Publisher: "The Lackawanna described itself as “Mile for Mile, the Most Highly Developed Railroad in America” and the suburban Morris & Essex Division lived up to this slogan. There are photos of stations, towers, bridges and shop buildings on the Main Line and Boonton, Gladstone and other branches."

Lackawanna Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 2: Dover to Scranton
Lackawanna Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 2: Dover to Scranton by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2009
From the Publisher: "Out of the suburban zone and out into the countryside of NJ and eastern Pennsylvania to see “Mile for Mile the Most Highly Developed RR in America."

Lackawanna Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 3: Scranton to Buffalo
Lackawanna Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 3: Scranton to Buffalo by Chuck Yungkurth
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2009
From the Publisher: "Scranton native Chuck Yungkurth takes the reader on an all-color tour of the DL&W’s stations, towers and other buildings in Scranton and on west"

Piggyback Color Guide, Volume 1: A to H
Piggyback Color Guide, Volume 1: A to H by James Kinkaid
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2014
From the Publisher: "Once an innovation, TOFC (Trailer-on-Flat-Car) has grown exponentially since its birth. Owners A to H are examined in this the first of a two-volume series showing trailers, flatcars, and containers in all their colorful attire."

The Hard Coal Carriers: Volume 1, First Generation Geep
The Hard Coal Carriers: Volume 1, First Generation Geep by Gerard Bernet
Paperback: 80 pages
Publisher: Railroad Ave Enterprises, 1994
From the Publisher: "1 color and 119 black and white photos on the GP7’s, GP9’s & GP18’s, of the CNJ, LV, EL, DL&W, Erie, and Reading with complete roster info and data on each road’s units."

Trackside Along the Erie Railroad and Its Connections with Jim Kostibos
Trackside along the Erie Railroad and its Connections with Jim Kostibos by Jim Kostibos
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2009
From the Publisher: "An all-color retrospective on the Erie and EL and key freight connections east of Hornell, NY."

Trackside Around Cleveland 1965-1979 with Dave McKay
Trackside Around Cleveland 1965-1979 with Dave McKay by Dave McKay
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2005
From the Publisher: "An outstanding photographic tour of Cleveland, Ohio and the surrounding countryside in full color when EL, NYC, PRR, NKP (N&W), and other lines were operating the last of first generation power."

Trackside Around Binghamton 1960-1976 with Richard J. Allen, Sr
Trackside Around Binghamton 1960-1976 with Richard J. Allen, Sr by Richard J. Allen, Sr.
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2011
From the Publisher: "The wonderful confluence of railroading in Binghamton – EL, LV and D&H – is examined before the coming of Conrail."

Trackside Around Buffalo 1953-1976 with Ray Richards, Reg Button, and Devan Lawton
Trackside Around Buffalo 1953-1976 with Ray Richards, Reg Button, and Devan Lawton by Stephan Koenig
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2001
Notes: Out of print.
From the Publisher: "The "Grain Milling Capital of the World" was once America’s second largest rail interchange point. See the operations of NYC, LV, EL, N&W, B&O, C&O, CN, NKP, PRR, TH&B, Wabash and others in more than 250 vintage views"

Trackside Around Eastern Ohio 1965-1995 with Dave McKay
Trackside Around Eastern Ohio 1965-1995 with Dave McKay by Stephen M. Timko
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2008
From the Publisher: "Dave McKay was schooled in photography and took his talent trackside to capture the numerous rail lines that surrounded his Eastern Ohio home. N&W, PRR, PC, CR, B&O, EL and NYC are just the trunk lines. Many other shortlines, terminal carriers, steel companies and industrials are included in this sweep through the east end of the Buckeye State."

Trackside Around New Jersey 1968-1983 with Robert J. Yanosey
Trackside Around New Jersey 1968-1983 with Robert J. Yanosey by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2006
From the Publisher: "Join the founder of Morning Sun Books as he relates his 15-year railroading career moving from EL towerman to Penn Central trainmaster and into the management ranks of government rail agencies. Photo coverage includes EL, CNJ, PC, Conrail and others."

Trackside Around Rochester: 1970-1980 with Daniel Orr and Greg Marling
Trackside Around Rochester: 1970-1980 with Daniel Orr and Greg Marling by Daniel Orr and Greg Marling
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2016
From the Publisher: "Located almost midway on the former NYC main line between New York City and Chicago, Rochester has always been a hotspot of high speed freight train action. The authors show this aspect well during the PC and CR era along with the other roads that serviced the area: LV, EL, B&O, G&W, and smaller operations."

Trackside Around the Pennsylvania Cement District
Trackside Around the Pennsylvania Cement District by Mike Bednar and Ken Bealer
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2010
From the Publisher: "A fascinating look at the cement producing area served by the LV (Lehigh Valley), CNJ (Jersey Central or Central of New Jersey), RDG (Reading Railroad), DL&W (Delaware Lackawanna and Western), Erie Lackawanna (EL), L&NE (Lehigh and New England), and Conrail railroads along with short lines Allentown Portland Cement, Ironton, and Northampton & Bath."

Trackside Around Western Ohio 1965-1995 with Dave McKay
Trackside around Western Ohio 1965-1995 with Dave McKay by Steve M. Timko
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2009
From the Publisher: "Western Ohio covers the Akron Canton & youngstown, the Ann Arbor, the Detroit & Toledo shore Line, Detroit, Toledo & Ironton, Nickel Plate, Erie Lachawanna, Pennsylvania, New York Central, Penn Central, Conrail, Toledo Terminal, Baltimore & Ohio, Chesapeake & Ohio, Chessie, Norfolk & Western, Norfolk Southern, and the Muskingum Electric that all operated in Western Ohio. "

Trackside Around Youngstown 1962-1982 with Dave McKay
Trackside Around Youngstown 1962-1982 with Dave McKay by Stephen M. Timko
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2007
From the Publisher: "A RR-by-RR tour of this steel-making center in Northeast Ohio during the era of fallen flags. Visit EL, P&LE, PC, CR, B&O, shortlines and industrials through the camera of photographer Dave McKay."

Trackside Erie to Conrail with Robert F. Collins
Trackside Erie to Conrail with Robert F. Collins by John R. Canfield
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2011
From the Publisher: "Bob Collins was not only a lifelong railfan photographer but a railroad employee. Follow both his hobby and vocation on the Erie Railroad through the colorful Erie Lackawanna years and onto Conrail and NJ Transit. Bob’s wanderings took him all over the former Erie system during those years and his wonderful photography is preserved herein."

Trackside in the Erie Lackawanna New Jersey Commuter Zone with William J. Brennan
Trackside in the Erie Lackawanna New Jersey Commuter Zone with William J. Brennan by William J. Brennan
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2005
From the Publisher: "Bill Brennan’s inspired photography showcases the EL’s commuter service prior to the introductions of the U34CH locomotive and Comet Cars. Stillwells and RS3’s, freight service, branches that haven’t run in almost four decades - it’s all here in this all-Jersey book."

Trackside in the Rust Belt 1957-1977 with Cal Banse
Trackside in the Rust Belt 1957-1977 with Cal Banse by Stephen M. Timko
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2008
From the Publisher: "Erie RR operator Cal Banse took his camera to work and on excursions in eastern Ohio, western Pennsylvania and elsewhere in the steel and coal country. Cal was photographing the railroad scene from the end of steam to the introduction of second generation diesels in a territory known for its heavy industry." New York Central, Penn Central, Pennsylvania Railroad, Baltimore and Ohio, Erie Lackawanna, Pittsburgh and Lake Erie - last of steam and dieselization, - all here!"

West End Rails: NYC, PRR, PC, EL, CR
West End Rails: NYC, PRR, PC, EL, CR by Robert P. Olmsted
Hardcover: 104 pages, black and white photos
Publisher: R.P. Olmsted, 1992
From the Publisher: "Black and white pictorial showcasing the western routes of the New York Central, the Pennsylvania Railroad, the Penn Central, Erie Lackawanna and Conrail. Illustrated throughout with black and white photos. "

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