The South Buffalo Railway Company

The South Buffalo Railway Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary, was used to move hot metal, materials, and finished products in and out of the plant. During the early days, passenger service between Buffalo and Lackawanna was also provided.

(Photos courtesy of the Paul Pietrzak Photo Collection)


South Buffalo Railway passenger train pulled by Locomotive No. 8.


Lackawanna Iron & Steel Co. narrow gauge camelback locomotive "Dewey" used in blast furnace service.


South Buffalo Railway Locomotive No. 16 along plant tracks. Photo taken March 17, 1938.


Lackawanna Steel Co. pay car at the Coke Ovens. Early 1900s.