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RE: (erielack) Foreign/Pool Power on EL new thread (Detours)



Now this is interesting.  Since I was approaching 9 years old when that
storm hit, I'm not aware of what exactly took place.  I do know that PJ
was out of service for some time.  I wonder if Erie terminated the PJ
commuter trains at Middletown during that period?

Ed


- -----Original Message-----
From: Arthur J. Tross [mailto:ajtross_@_esva.net] 
Sent: Thursday, July 28, 2005 9:46 PM
To: Montgomery, Edward T; Joel Long; erielack_@_lists.railfan.net
Subject: RE: (erielack) Foreign/Pool Power on EL new thread (Detours)

Someone once told me that he saw the Erie Limited detouring through
Paoli,
PA on the PRR at that time.

Art Tross

At 08:14 PM 7/28/05 -0400, Montgomery, Edward T wrote:
>With all this discussion of foreign power it brings to mind the coming
50th anniversary of Hurricane Diane tearing up the Lackawanna in August
of
1955.  A couple of thoughts about that:  When Lackawanna got back in
operation it detoured over the LV to get to Scranton.  I've often
wondered
why because there was the "Interstate Express" run-through between the
DL&W
and the CNJ.  Why didn't Lackawanna just detour everything over CNJ?
> 
>The Erie didn't receive as much damage from the storm but there was a
washout around Lackawaxen and everything was underwater at Port Jervis.
I
believe Erie detoured over the D&H and NYO&W during that period of
flooding.  I've never seen any pictures of this but it must have been
interesting seeing the through-line passenger trains passing through
Fallsburg, Liberty, Roscoe, Cadosia and other towns.
> 
>Does anybody have further comments on this?
> 
>Ed Montgomery
> 
> 
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>From: erielack-owner_@_lists.Railfan.net on behalf of Joel Long
>Sent: Thu 7/28/2005 3:35 PM
>To: erielack_@_lists.railfan.net
>Subject: RE: (erielack) Foreign/Pool Power on EL new thread (Detours)
>
>
>
>
>
>
>To add a new thread to this.  What detours with the originating power
did
>the EL see.  i.e.  B&O Detours,  I would expect, LV, RDG, CNJ when
Agnes
>made a mess of the lines in Northeast?  This gives more foreign power
on the
>EL but not EL trains.
>
>Joel
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: erielack-owner_@_lists.Railfan.net
[mailto:erielack-owner_@_lists.Railfan.net]
>On Behalf Of Tupaczewski, Paul R (Paul)
>Sent: Thursday, July 28, 2005 3:07 PM
>To: 'Paul Brezicki'; EL Mailing List
>Subject: RE: (erielack) Foreign/Pool Power on EL
>
>So, going back to all the earlier posts, let's summarize what ran on
the EL
>(folks, please feel free to fill in the "???" sections or correct my
>guesstimated dates)
>
>- BN (and GN/NP/CB&Q) roadswitchers - circa 1970-1972 (usually stopped
power
>at Port Jervis)
>- CNJ roadswtichers - circa 1972-1976 - pool power between Lake Jct and
>Scranton
>- D&H C628's - usually west of Binghamton - circa 1967-1972
>- N&W units of all kinds (on "Cannonballs" and "Expediters") - circa
>1967-1970?
>- MILW roadswitchers - circa 1968-1974?
>- PC roadswitchers - circa 1970-1974 - between Port Jervis and
Maybrook,
>runthroughs
>- RI roadswitchers  - circa 1966-1968
>
>Feel free to keep adding to this list!
>
>I've seen photos of EL F-units with Soo Line units sitting behind them
in
>some yard in Minnesota - does that mean Soo units ended up on the EL as
>well?
>
>Joshua Blay's list of stuff that ran on the Syracuse Branch intrigued
me.
>Was that list all during EL years? I can't imagine how an L&HR C420
would
>end up there!  Can anyone clarify that one?
>
>        - Paul
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