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From: "Paul R DOT Tupaczewski" paultup AT comcast DOT net
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2007 22:14:51 -0500
Subject: RE: (erielack) Trivial Question
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I actually remembered the number! It was EL 6114, seen in the attached photo
from the Larry Berger collection. My records show it was repainted EL B/Y by
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tupaczewski, Paul R (Paul) [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2007 10:10 AM
> To: EL Mail List
> Subject: RE: (erielack) Trivial Question
> > I was thinking about this last night. My mind was really wandering
> > but here it comes: Did any of the Lackawanna F-units, make
> it all the
> > way to the EL merger with their "freight" paint scheme and have EL
> > decals applied to them?
> > That would be interesting to see.
> Yes indeed, a single solitary DL&W freight unit made it to EL
> to have EL lettering and a diamond applied to it. If memory
> serves, it was EL 6114
> - I have the photo at home tonight that I'll post.
> It sure was a distinctive paint job! The ERIE LACKAWANNA
> roadname was plastered over the "LACKAWANNA" roadname in 7"
> EL Roman typeface, and the EL diamond on the nose was a full
> color version (not a simple maroon one, like on the
> relettered DL&W E8s)
> - Paul
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