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Date: 10/09/19 22:23
Questions 6, Lehigh Valley
Author: MartyBernard

This one needs a location.  Does that train name (BNEZ) make sense?  Any other related info?

Lehigh Valley Railroad steam locomotive 4-8-4 T-2 5207 leading freight Train BNEZ, location unrecorded, on October 10, 1947. Photographed by Donald W. Furler, Furler-22-063-01, © 2017, Center for Railroad Photography and Art


Thanks very much,
Marty Bernard
Volunteer
Center for Railroad Photography and Art




Date: 10/09/19 22:43
Re: Questions 6, Lehigh Valley
Author: perklocal

I'm still working on a location, but I think you mean BNE-2 which was a symbol freight that ran from Buffalo to Oak Island back in the day.



Date: 10/10/19 02:52
Re: Questions 6, Lehigh Valley
Author: ALCO630

Looking at the building behind the engine, if that's the station, eastbound at Slatington, Pa?

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Doug Wetherhold
Macungie, PA



Date: 10/10/19 07:01
Re: Questions 6, Lehigh Valley
Author: LV95032

Eastbound at Cementon

ALCO630 Wrote:
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> Looking at the building behind the engine, if
> that's the station, eastbound at Slatington, Pa?
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> Posted from Android



Date: 10/15/19 11:20
Re: Questions 6, Lehigh Valley
Author: Gonut1

Definately Cementon, the tracks curve opposite in Slatinton. The buildings in the photo line up with the 1951 Aerial Photos.
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