|Looking south along D.L.& W. tracks on west side of Oswego River. Eastbound New York Central train on "Hojack" bridge. Second Street bridge in background.|
Old New York Central passenger car at Newark, N.Y. , probably by this time in work service as the arched windows are boarded up.The car probably dates to at least 1860s or 1870s. In the background is a freight car lettered “N.Y.C.& H.R.” Newark was originally a division point on the New York, West Shore & Buffalo, built as a competitor of the New York Central.