May 8, 2016
ALCO's To Allentown
by Thomas A. Biery|
Paperback: 112 pages
Publisher: The Railroad Press, 1998
Notes: Out of print.
From the Publisher: "'ALCO's To Allentown' features lots of great railroad action in the Lehigh River Valley during the 1960's and early 1970's. You'll see ALCO's, F-Units, F-M Train Masters and more, hauling fast freight through semaphore-laden mainline trackage in Pennsylvania's Cement Belt, along with a few side trips down interesting branchlines. Colorful diesels from Lehigh Valley Railroad, Central Railroad of New Jersey, Reading Lines, Lehigh and Hudson River, Ironton and other area railroads abound in this magnificent work. Includes 150+ photos -- more than 80 are in color."
Lehigh & Hudson River in Color: History and Operations of the L&HR, 1860-1976
by Jim Boyd and Tracy Antz|
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2001
Notes: Out of print. Available as a Digital Reprint.
From the Publisher: "Lehigh & Hudson River In Color depicts steam and diesel operations in this colorful Northeastern regional with color action photos. Diesel fans cannot miss the 1948 studies by Alco, Baldwin, and EMD and their different approaches to dieselizing the L&HR."
Trackside around the Lehigh River Valley with Randolph Kulp
by Doug Peters|
Hardcover: 128 pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2013
From the Publisher: "Noted author and Lehigh River Valley historian Randolph Kulp’s treasure trove of LV, CNJ, RDG, L&NE, L&HR, and numerous other roads in the Allentown-Easton-Bethlehem surroundings are explored in this wonderful chronicle."
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