Some of the last trains to use the former Street Running Trackage in Erie, PA.
Added: January 16, 2008
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Remarks: View some of the last trains to use the 19th street running trackage in Erie, PA. This portion of the former Nickel Plate Road was built in 1882. The street running trackage survived for 119 years. After the Conrail take over by NS and CSX, Norolk Southern bypassed 19th street by building a parrallel line following the former New York Central System right of way through Erie. Ending one of the longest street running rail segments in the country.