March 7, 1970
Baldwin switcher no. 235 works the yard lead in front of the Lehigh Valley's venerable Sayre, Pennsylvania station. Note the array of pigeons on the station's steep roof; in this case the warmth coming from the station's interior probably takes priority over the work of maintaining a foothold. Today the station, on South Lehigh Ave, houses the Sayre Historical Society. This slide is looking south from the Lockhart Street footbridge, now gone; the bridge behind the station is Packer Ave.
This page posted 2/1/2018. Text and photo ©2018 Lamont Downs.