The L & P must have been very short lived indeed according to NYState docs>>>>Report of the Railroad Commissioners 1890
Under the title of Lackawanna and South-Western...L & P's successor.
"The Lackawanna & Pittsburgh Railroad Company was organized under the General Railroad Act., Nov 1 1882 to construct a standard gauge railroad from Belfast in the County of Allegany to Perkinsville in the County of Steuben. The said last two companies were consolidated June 1, 1883 as the Lackawanna & Pittsburgh Railroad Company, and thereafter opened a narrow-gauge railroad from Belfast to Perkinsville."....." Under a decree of foreclosure and sale made March 11, 1889 duly sold on the 27th day of April 1889, to a committee of the bondholders.....said railroad was reorganized May 7, 1889 as the Lackawanna and South-western Railroad Company....." From there I think it went to a salvage company (Central Construction or variously noted as Central New York & Western) who operated it from Aug 1889 to April 1890.
THE CENTRAL NEW YORK AND WESTERN RAILROAD.. . . The Central New York & Western RR
Inc. in NY, November 18, 1892
This company took up the following rails:
21.74 mi. 3'ga. Angelica to Bolivar, NY, 1894
6.50 mi. Angelica to Rockville, NY (Belfast), 1895
I guess the P&S picked up what they wanted after 1890?