Posted 1 year ago
The first is a LV steam engine pictured at Oak Island, NJ on 3-18-39. Oak Island was/is somewhere near Newark, and the locomotive is a real beauty. This engine is the LV's 5208, type 4-8-4, class T-2, built by ALCO in 1932. Its serial # was 68617. This info was recorded on the photo's reverse by its photographer LaMar M. Kelley, of Elkhart, Indiana.
The next was taken at Sayre, PA, and looks like it could move mountains!
A Diesel switch engine is seen in Rochester, NY in 1938.
I'm not sure where the last one was taken at, but I think it may have been somewhere around Rochester, NY.