Posted 7 years ago
The first view is of a Lehigh Valley inspection engine at Kingston, PA in the 1930s. After its railroad service ended, a private owner built a railroad on his property, and ran this engine there. Following the owner's death, his wife in patriotic fervor donated #1 to help the cause of the USA during WWII.
In the the center is pictured a LV freight Diesel at Buffalo, NY in the 1950s
The third image is that of a Lehigh Valley freight engine at Coxton Yards, located in Luzerne County, PA. This engine had three cylinders!