LVRR

LVRR can refer to one of three railroads in the United States:

  • Lehigh Valley Railroad (operated 1846 to 1976 in Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey)
  • Ligonier Valley Railroad (operated 1877 to 1952 in Pennsylvania)
  • Lycoming Valley Railroad (operating from 1996 to present in Pennsylvania)

Other articles related to "lvrr":

Newark And Roselle Railway
... Railway was incorporated on Aug 28, 1889 by the Lehigh Valley Railroad (LVRR) to advance tracks from the terminus of the Roselle and South Plainfield Railway at ... It formed part of the route connecting the LVRR's Easton and Amboy Railroad at South Plainfield to the Jersey City terminal ... Railroad had connected with the Central Railroad of New Jersey (CNJ) at Roselle, and LVRR trains had proceeded to Jersey City over the CNJ ...
Lehigh Valley Railroad - History - 1920-1930
... Rochester and Pittsburgh Railway, and the LVRR ... Through bonds issued by the D H, he obtained 30% of the LVRR stock, and won the support of nearly half the stockholders ... By 1931, the PRR controlled 51% of the LVRR stock ...
Jersey City, Newark And Western Railway
... acquired by the Lehigh Valley Railroad (LVRR) ... of New Jersey line, and extended westward on the bridge across Newark Bay to connect with the LVRR's Newark and Passaic Railway ... with the National Docks Railway was used to reach the LVRR terminal in Jersey City ...
Lehigh Valley Railroad - Passenger Operations
... The LVRR operated several named trains in the post-World War II era. 25/26 The Asa Packer, named for the LVRR's best-known president No ... The primary passenger motive power for the LVRR in the diesel era was the ALCO PA-1 car body diesel-electric locomotive, of which the LVRR had fourteen ...
Roselle And South Plainfield Railway
... built by the Lehigh Valley Railroad (LVRR) in 1888 to connect the LVRR's Easton and Amboy Railroad with the Central Railroad of New Jersey (CNJ), and provided access over the CNJ to the Hudson River ... The LVRR had built coal docks in Perth Amboy when it built the Easton and Amboy in the 1870s, but it desired a terminal on the Hudson River close to New York City ... The LVRR strove throughout the 1880s to acquire a route to the Jersey City waterfront ...