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ANTHRACITE RAILROADS IN THE 70'S VOLUME 3 DVD



By the 1970s, the once thriving Anthracite roads were struggling to survive.

The long decreasing demand for coal, along with a series of other contributing factors, left these roads in spiraling financial decline.

These railroads managed to keep the freight rolling into the mid 70s with little resources available, but the die was cast and all the Anthracite roads would eventually be swept into Conrail in 1976.

In Volume 3 of the Anthracite Railroads in the 70s series, well continue our look at the ailing operations of the Lehigh Valley Railroad from Treichlers, Pennsylvania to Lockwood, New York in the last few years leading up to Conrail.

NARRATED WITH COMMENTARY BY MIKE BEDNAR

COLOR; APPROXIMATELY 84 MINUTES RUN TIME

ANTHRACITE RAILROADS IN THE 70's VOLUME 3 DVD AR70SV3DVDRegular price: $30.00Sale price: $25.50
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