The Lackawanna & Wyoming Valley Railway Historical Society 2022 calendar is available for sale now. This is the 43rd Annual Edition, printed on beautiful, heavy gloss stock. As you have come to expect over the years, the calendar features photographs of local rail lines, provided by members or friends. calendar is available now. It can be ordered online in our web store or via US mail (see below). As you have come to expect over the years, the calendar features photographs of local rail lines, provided by members or friends.
The 2022 Calendar sells for $ 17.00 and is shipped via first class mail.
If you wish to order by mail, download and print the form here. Please make your check payable to L&WVRHS.
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A brief description of the photos in the calendar appears below:
COVER: Lackawanna & Wyoming Valley Nos. 32 and 115 on fan trip near junction of mainline and Dunmore Branch in Scranton in June, 1951. (Color)
JANUARY: Two unidentified Wilkes-Barre Railway Corporation cars amid large crowds on Public Square in Wilkes-Barre in the early 20th century. (B&W)
FEBRUARY: Conrail SD-40’s No. 6365, 6366, and 6401 leading TV-98 past the Pocono Summit station on the former DL&W/EL line in October, 1977. (Color)
MARCH: Central Railroad of New Jersey Baldwin DR-4-4-15 No.79 leads an A-B-A set approaching the Scott Street crossing in Wilkes-Barre in the 1960’s. (Color)
APRIL: Erie Lackawanna freight Advanced BH-4 led by F-3 No. 6214, RS-3 No. 1049, and F-7 No. 6311 wait as E-8 No. 813 and an unidentified unit pull eastbound No. 2, the Erie-Lackawanna Limited, through Scranton in August, 1961. (B&W)
MAY: Lehigh Valley F-7 No. 572, an unidentified F-7B, and a GP-18 lead an eastbound freight through Jenkins Township near Pittston in March, 1970. (Color)
JUNE: Delaware & Hudson RS-13 No. 5016 pulls local train P-1 southbound through Dupont under what remains of the former L&WV viaduct in February, 1968. (Color)
JULY Erie Railroad GP-7 No. 1215 approaches the William Street crossing in Pittston on the Wyoming Division in September, 1955. (B&W)
AUGUST Penn Central Railroad Alco C-425 No. 2427, GP-35 No. 2393, and two unidentified units rest at Buttonwood Yard outside Wilkes-Barre in this 1971 photo. (Color)
SEPTEMBER Delaware Lackawanna and Western F-3 No. 803C and an unidentified F-3 pull train # 47 westbound through Clarks Summit in August, 1953. (Color)
OCTOBER: Northern Electric Streetcar Railway Company Car No. 113 rests on Linden Street near Wyoming Avenue in Scranton in the early 1900’s. (B&W)
NOVEMBER: Scranton Transit Company No. 506, bound for Nay Aug Park, is moving from the Mulberry Street Bridge on to Mulberry Street in 1952. (Color)
DECEMBER: Norfolk and Western high hood SD-45 No. 1800, SD-35 No. 1508, and Delaware & Hudson RS-36 No. 5013 lead train Apollo 2 through Penobscot Yard in Mountaintop in July, 1977. (Color)
EXTRA 1: Wilkes-Barre and Hazleton Railway trestle crossing North Pennsylvania Avenue leading to terminal building in the early 1900’s. (B&W)
EXTRA 2: Central Railroad of New Jersey Scranton passenger station along Lackawanna Avenue near bridge crossing the Lackawanna River in early 1900’s.