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1934 HORNELL SHOPS PERSONNEL ROSTER

 The Hornell Shop was the Erie's largest locomotive repair complex. Being a union shop, seniority dictated job assignments. The data tables below list seniority dates for 1,318 Hornell employees in the following job classifications: Carmen, Machinists, Painters, Boilermakers, Blacksmiths, Crane Operators, Electricians, Sheet Metal Workers, as well as Helpers and Apprentices in all of the above categories.

 

Hornell Shops Personnel, Surnames A-D

Hornell Shops Personnel, Surnames E-K

Hornell Shops Personnel, Surnames L-R

Hornell Shops Personnel, Surnames S-Z

 

Photos of Hornell Erie RailRoad Personnel - prior to 1952

 

   

1942

Conductor

1946

 

May 1945 Erie Magazine Cover

1944

 

 

1942

 

 

1952

 

1944

 

 

 

1938

1938

1938

 

1948

1938

 

 

1938

 

November 1942 Erie Magazine Cover 1938

1907

  1937   1946
         
         

 

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