BERWICK, PA

Over the years Berwick has been served by several railroads. The Lackawanna and Bloomsburg Railroad which later became the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, Erie-Lackawanna, Conrail and the Susquahanna, Bloomsburg and Berwick Railroad have all served Berick over the years.Currently the North Shore Railroad operates the line to Berwick.


PostCard
DL&W Train Station in Berwick
(collection of Andrew Hoke)


Railway Express Agency Card
for items not delivered
Strand Theatre, Berwick, PA
(collection of Andrew Hoke)


DL&W Station in Berwick
(image source: Internet)


You can see the Lackawanna and Bloomsburg tracks in the forground that run below Berwick along the river.
(image source: Internet)


Photo of the Susquehanna river flooding in 1904. You can see the Lackawanna and Bloomsburg tracks in the forground that run below Berwick along the river.
(photo by Eli B. Lundy -
image provided by Brenda Moore)


Postcard of Market Street Hill. To the right you can see the DL&W tracks.
(image source: Internet)


Postcard of East Front Street with the Trolly Running down the middle.
(image source: Internet)


Postcard of the DL&W Station
(image provided by Pete)


Postcard of the DL&W Station
(image provided by Pete)


Postcard of the DL&W Station
(image provided by Pete)


Postcard of the DL&W Station
(image provided by Pete)


Postcard of the DL&W Station
(image source: internet)


Old photo of the DL&W station from the 1940's
(image source: internet)


Orginally a DL&W trackside building (once located by the sation), at some time it was moved to it's current location along 9th street.
(click on image to see a 1940's photo of the building)


This photo was taken somewhere in the Berwick area. DL&W flat car with derrick crane and car #89100 clearing what looks like a derailment.


Old photo of the DL&W Passenger Train as seen from Market Street. Early 1900's?
(collection of Andrew Hoke)


Looking down from the old Market Street Steel Bridge at an Erie-Lackawanna freight train just before it goes under the bridge.
(collection of Andrew Hoke)


Envelope commemorating the first airmail flight from Berwick. Postmarked May 19 1938
(collection of Andrew Hoke)



BEACH HAVEN, PA

Beach Haven was originally served by the Lackawanna and Bloomsburg Railroad which later became the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad and then the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad. Service ended with the take over by Conrail. The tracks still remain to the PP&L Power Plant just above Beach Haven and are now operated by the North Shore Railroad Company.


DL&W Train Station in Beach Haven
(image provided by Jay D)


Old map showing track location of the Lackawanna & Bloomsburg Railroad in Beach Haven.




All photographs, art and maps are the property of Andrew Hoke/Berwick Railfan (2009-2013) and can not be used in any way without permission. If you would like to use any of the photographs on the Berwick Railfan Photo Gallery website, or have comments and questions please EMAIL me. Please give a photo credit and a link to the Berwick Railfan Photo Gallery for any photos used either on the internet or in print.