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N.Y.O. - H.R. [Hudson River?] Railroad. White Car Mail Train, 1890.
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Engine named "Pharsalia." Built by Baldwin in 1872. Sold in 1872. Was placed in class "F" (maybe for funny looking??).
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Engine No. 61 with six men in front. Northern Division. Copied from a print Harold Walker had in 1948. Undated, but early.
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Freight yard, Weehawken, New Jersey. Oct. 2, 1959.
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New York, Ontario and Western coal docks, no rails, Weehawken, New Jersey, Oct. 2, 1959.
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Engine No. 44 with two railroad men in front. Undated, but early.
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Train with Engine No. 140 at Haver? Railroad Station. Undated.
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M. & U.R.R. Co. Engine No. 6. Undated.
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Large field with railroad tracks running through it. Wooden post with N.Y. 324 on it, in center of field. Undated.
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N.Y.O. & W. Engine No. 53 with coal car behind. Undated.
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N.Y.O. & W. Engine No. 54 with coal car. Another engine behind. Undated.
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N.Y.O. & W. Train wreck. Train with Engine No. 275 hit another train head on. Undated.
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N.Y.O. & W. Caboose No. 8128 with six railroad men in front. Undated.
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N.Y.O. & W. Engine No. 81 and coal car in freight yard. Undated.
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Railroad bridge going over a dirt road near white frame house. Undated.
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N.Y.O. & W. Caboose No. 8105 with five men in front. From left to right, Dell Allen, engineer Kenny, flagman "Kodak" Thompson, unknown, and fireman Jude Cooper. Oneida. Undated.
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Bell with wooden post nearby with N.Y. 324 on it. Undated.
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N.Y.O. & W. train with Engine No. 68 with two railroad men in front. Undated.
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Engine with "Pittston" and L.V.R. on the front. Undated.
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Engine with four men in front and one in the engine. Undated.