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Re: PC: Re: Something to think about...
- Subject: Re: PC: Re: Something to think about...
- From: "ERIE LACKAWANNA SD45-2" <ERIE-LACKAWANNA@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2001 22:28:56 -0500
LV was 98% owned bt PRR/PC and some of their engines like RS-11's were goven
to LV with PC Numbers. May have stayed as LV and funded by PC or renamed PC.
With PC RS-11's to LV gives an umpression all LV umits eventually would have
been renumbered to four digit PC series
> Now, here's the next question:
> What would PC and LV's relationship look like? Subsidiary/parent or two
> independent competing rrs?
> --Chris Osterhus
> > > Since we've all had enough doom and gloom on here already... I thought
> > > change the subject. Here are some other things to think about:
> > >
> > > What if the PC had survived?
> > > *What would their locomotive roster look like? Would it be all four
> > > axle power, or six axle?
> > > *Would they have continued to run electric operations alongside
> > > diesels?
> > > *Would they have extended the PRR's electrification from Harrisburg
> > > Pittsburgh?
> > >
> > > Suppose that the PC was still around. I wonder which railroad(s) they
> > > have gobbled up by now :)
> > >
> >PC did prefer ALCO and GE units over EMD. As PC there would have been
> >C36-7, C40-8, C44-9, U36B, B23-7, B40-8. Some EMD's would be SD50,
> >Electric operation would probably survived and PC may have bought some
> >E60C's from NdeM.
> >I doubt electrification would have been extended to Pittsburgh just as
> >elctrification to Port Jervis, NY from Jersey City was never started.
> >PC today would have had a close working relationship with the EL. EL may
> >have purchased the Wallkill Valley Branch to Kingston from Campbell Hall
> >connect West Shore Line as in Maybrook EL only connected Maybrook Line.
> >would improve West Shore and Maybrook Line connections with the EL to
> >L&HR may also have became a part of the LV, bringing more thorugh LV
> >to amd from Maybrook than handed over the L&HR each time. This would also
> >sort of like a partial revival of L&NE, another PA carrier that once came
> >into Maybrook.
> >Under PC, LV may have got their first SD40-2's or six axle power
> > > --Chris Osterhus
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