Laurel Line Railroad photos page.
The Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley R.R., also known as the Laurel Line, was an Electric Interurban railway running between Scranton and Wilkes Barre in Pennsylvania. It handled both passengers and freight.
L.&W.V. car 39 with Pittston City in the background. Dec. 1952.
L.&W.V. cars 115 and 32 June 1951.
L.&W.V. car 22 at Wilkes Barre Passenger Station. The trestle in the background took the Wilkes Barre street cars over the tracks of the Lehigh Valley, Delaware and Hudson and Central of New Jersey Railroads.
L.&W.V. coal car (hopper)751 at Scranton. These cars were used to ship coal from mines on the railroad to customers in other states. They were restricted to home railroad use only in the 30's because of the old style archbar trucks.
L.&W.V. car 116 at Scranton Station
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