Alan Page's CR: 8-1986, 12-1988, and 2-1991

This album features a brief look at 1986 Enola, 1988 Allentown yard, and 1991 Bethlehem operations.

Allentown yard Allentown, PA 12-17-1988

A shadow of what it once was, Allentown yard is almost empty in December, 1988.

Former days of the Ironton S-12 working the yard, or LV RS-11's and strings of SW-8's preparing train makeups, are long gone.

BM 365 Enola, PA August 1986

Guillford/Boston and Maine GP39-2 365 leads Guillford/Maine Central U23B 293 and D&H GP-38-2 7320 (ex-LV 320) through Enola in the summer of 1986.

BM 365 Enola, PA August 1986

Guillford/Boston and Maine GP39-2 365 leads Guillford/Maine Central U23B 293 and D&H GP-38-2 7320 (ex-LV 320) through Enola in the summer of 1986.

BM 365 Enola, PA August 1986

Guillford/Boston and Maine GP39-2 365 waits for clearance to roll through Enola in the summer of 1986.

CR 1933 Allentown, PA 12-1988

CR C36-7 6639 leads GP-40 3053 and B23-7 1933 through Allentown yard in December, 1988.

CR 6303 Bethlehem, PA 12-1988

Rolling toward the steam-era coaling tower at the Bethlehem engine terminal, CR SD-40 6334 (ex-PC 6081) leads sister-unit 6303 (ex-PC 6050) through Allentown yard in December, 1988.

CR 6334 Bethlehem, PA 12-1988

Rolling toward the steam-era coaling tower at the Bethlehem engine terminal, CR SD-40 6334 (ex-PC 6081) leads sister-unit 6303 (ex-PC 6050) through Allentown yard in December, 1988.

CR 6639 Allentown, PA 12-1988

CR C36-7 6639 leads GP-40 3053 and B23-7 1933 at Allentown yard in December, 1988.

CR 8279 Bethlehem, PA 12-17-1988

CR 8279, a phase II 1979-built GP38-2, rests at a quiet Bethlehem engine terminal in December, 1988.

Easton Tower Easton, PA 12-17-1988

On a cold December day in 1988, the old Lehigh Valley Easton Tower appears to still oversee traffic coming through Easton and over the Delaware river from Phillipsburg, New Jersey.

NS 8541 Bethlehem, PA 2-18-1991

NS C36-7 8541 leads a light engine move through Bethlehem in February, 1991.

PC 481944 - Class H43D

Where Alco RS-11's, ex-RDG GP39-2's and SW-8's gathered 10 years prior, all that remains by the steam-era coaling tower are damaged PC H43D hopper 481944, and other assorted freight cars.

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