The one photograph I referenced in the book "Remembering the Erie Lackawanna Railroad" has a view of the west yard, showing a single string of coal hoppers, and then the rest boxcars and covered hoppers. The east yard, in the background, looks mostly empty, save for a couple strings of, what appears to be, coal hoppers.
The Fenton History Center Museum & Library in Jamestown NY has a collection of photographs of the railroad, if you find yourself there.
Really can't help much more than that right now.
Although, the referenced bing map is way out of date! Lots is changed in the station area now... Including the addition of comedy park.