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Lehigh Valley Railroad Snowbirds | Here is my fleet. LV 625-628-629-637-641

Lehigh Valley Railroad Snowbirds | Here is my fleet. LV 625-628-629-637-641

Looking north on a rainy June 15 2008 afternoon at Lehigh Valley Railroad Barge 79 Photo: Jim Henderson

Looking north on a rainy June 15 2008 afternoon at Lehigh Valley Railroad Barge 79 Photo: Jim Henderson

RailPictures.Net Photo: LV 601 Lehigh Valley Alco PA-1 at Lehighton, Pennsylvania by Roger Lalonde

RailPictures.Net Photo: LV 601 Lehigh Valley Alco PA-1 at Lehighton, Pennsylvania by Roger Lalonde

Lehigh Valley's flagship passenger train The Black Diamond ran between New York City and Buffalo until 1959, when the LV's passenger service was reduced to (2) mainline trains a day. The John Wikes and The Maple Leaf lasted until February 1961. Photographer Art Bleam, RL Collection.

Lehigh Valley's flagship passenger train The Black Diamond ran between New York City and Buffalo until 1959, when the LV's passenger service was reduced to (2) mainline trains a day. The John Wikes and The Maple Leaf lasted until February 1961. Photographer Art Bleam, RL Collection.

RailPictures.Net Photo: LV 634 Lehigh Valley Alco C628 at Allentown, Pennsylvania by Tom Sink

RailPictures.Net Photo: LV 634 Lehigh Valley Alco C628 at Allentown, Pennsylvania by Tom Sink

RailPictures.Net Photo: LV 400 Lehigh Valley Alco RS-11 at Sayre, Pennsylvania by Dave Burroughs

RailPictures.Net Photo: LV 400 Lehigh Valley Alco RS-11 at Sayre, Pennsylvania by Dave Burroughs

The Lehigh Valley Railroad dates as far back as 1853 and at its height connected Buffalo with eastern New Jersey.  The Route of Black Diamond struggled after World War II and became part of Conrail.

The Lehigh Valley Railroad dates as far back as 1853 and at its height connected Buffalo with eastern New Jersey. The Route of Black Diamond struggled after World War II and became part of Conrail.

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