Thursday, January 10, 2013
New York Central's DeWitt hump yard was a busy place when this photo was snapped by a Syracuse Post-Standard photographer in 1940 from Rotnour bridge in East Syracuse. View is looking east towards Minoa. At the time the railroad employed more than 2,000 people locally.
By Richard Palmer - January 10, 2013
Photo taken between 1876 and 1882 shows a train with a DL&W engine at a time when the Utica, Clinton & Binghamton division of t...
Shortly before noon on Aug. 25, 1911, two cars connected to a Lehigh Valley Railroad's Train No. 4, the "Philadelp...
New York Central depot, Camillus Cincinnatus on D.L.& W. Lehigh Valley eastbound passenger train, Lodi
Engineer "Thack" Winnie at the throttle. ...