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Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation Society Inc

201 South Blakely Street #333

Scranton, Pennsylvania 18512

United States

Company Description

The Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation Society was formed with the goal to acquire an original Erie Lackawanna dining car and restore it to full operating condition. From the late 1800's until 1970 the Erie Lackawanna and its predecessors (along with ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation Society Inc

Trustee
Whippany Railway Museum

Distinguished Member of Technical Staff
Alcatel-Lucent

Diesel Locomotive Advisor
Erie Lackawanna Historical Society Inc

Founder
Prime Mover Decals

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Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation Society

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Paul R. Tupaczewski Historian - Erie Lackawanna

Paul was born and raised in Boonton, N.J., and seeing EL locals and freights as a youngster colored his interest in railroads, and cemented the EL as his favorite road. He is active in many railroad organizations, and was Editor of NYS&W Technical & Historical Society newsletter Reflector from 1989 to 1991. Today he is the Erie/EL diesel locomotive advisor for the Erie Lackawanna Historical Society, and ran its 1999 Annual Convention. Paul also created and moderates the Erie Lackawanna Mailing List, an Internet-based discussion forum for Erie, DL&W, and EL topics. He is also modeling the EL Boonton Line, circa 1974, between Croxton Yard in Secaucus, N.J., and Port Morris, N.J. His latest project, an all-color book on the New York, Susquehanna & Western, was published by Morning Sun Books in early 2002. Served as Treasurer of ELDCPS 2001-2003, and President 2003-2007.


ELDCPS - Board of Directors

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Paul R. TupaczewskiVice-President, Historical

Paul was born and raised in Boonton, NJ, and seeing EL locals and freights as a youngster colored his interest in railroads, and cemented the EL as his favorite road.He is active in many railroad organizations, and was Editor of NYS&W Technical & Historical Society newsletter "Reflector" from 1989 to 1991.Today he is the Erie/EL diesel locomotive advisor for the Erie Lackawanna Historical Society, and ran its 1999 Annual Convention.Paul also created and moderates the Erie Lackawanna Mailing List, an Internet-based discussion forum for Erie, DL&W, and EL topics.He is also modeling the EL Boonton Line, circa 1974, between Croxton Yard in Secaucus, NJ and Port Morris, NJ.His latest project, an all-color book on the New York, Susquehanna & Western, was published by Morning Sun Books in early 2002.Served as Treasurer of ELDCPS 2001-2003.


Railpace Newsmagazine Information

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Board of Directors

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Paul Tupaczewski

Director
Paul was fortunate enough to be born and raised in an Erie Lackawanna town - Boonton, New Jersey, to be specific. He was lucky enough to experience the major shift of traffic (albeit short-lived) from the former Erie main to the DL&W side, and witnessed many freights, U34CH-powered commuter trains, and the ever-present Boonton Drill while growing up. It made a very strong impression on him. As he got older, he began to appreciate the history of the railroad and its Erie and DL&W predecessors, and most importantly, the varied motive power of the railroad. Paul has been a student of EL motive power for several decades.
Paul is an active HO scale modeler who is modeling the Erie Lackawanna Boonton Line between Croxton Yard and Port Morris, N.J. in the 1975 era. To further his desire for accuracy, he founded Prime Mover Decals in 1992 to create accurate decals for his modeling pursuits. Today, Paul continues to work with manufacturers in all scales to ensure the utmost accuracy in terms of lettering, details and decoration for EL, DL&W and Erie models as the ELHS' Modeling Liaison.
Paul is a Trustee at the Whippany Railway Museum, is a founding member of the Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation Society, Editor of the ELHS "Extra Board" newsletter, and is the ELHS Motive Power Technical Advisor.


Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation Society

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Paul R. Tupaczewski Historian - Erie Lackawanna

Paul was born and raised in Boonton, N.J., and seeing EL locals and freights as a youngster colored his interest in railroads, and cemented the EL as his favorite road. He is active in many railroad organizations, and was Editor of NYS&W Technical & Historical Society newsletter Reflector from 1989 to 1991. Today he is the Erie/EL diesel locomotive advisor for the Erie Lackawanna Historical Society, and ran its 1999 Annual Convention. Paul also created and moderates the Erie Lackawanna Mailing List, an Internet-based discussion forum for Erie, DL&W, and EL topics. He is also modeling the EL Boonton Line, circa 1974, between Croxton Yard in Secaucus, N.J., and Port Morris, N.J. His latest project, an all-color book on the New York, Susquehanna & Western, was published by Morning Sun Books in early 2002. Served as Treasurer of ELDCPS 2001-2003, and President 2003-2007.

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