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Erie-Lackawanna Passing By – Gouldsboro, PA

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The Train Pulls into Gouldsboro – Gouldsboro Historical Society – NEPA

July 24, 2010 - iPhone Shot with Hipstamatic App © Frank H. Jump

July 24, 2010 - iPhone Shot with Hipstamatic App © Frank H. Jump

July 24, 2010 - iPhone Shot with Hipstamatic App © Frank H. Jump

July 24, 2010 - iPhone Shot with Hipstamatic App © Frank H. Jump

July 24, 2010 - iPhone Shot with Hipstamatic App © Frank H. Jump

July 24, 2010 - iPhone Shot with Hipstamatic App © Frank H. Jump

July 24, 2010 - iPhone Shot with Hipstamatic App © Frank H. Jump

  • Wayne County Historical Society
  • O & W Station – Middletown, NY

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    On March 29, 1957, the last train ran on the 541-mile New York, Ontario & Western Railway/NYO&W. It was the first major railroad to completely abandon its line when a bankruptcy judge ordered it liquidated and remained the largest major railroad liquidation until the Rock Island suffered a similar fate in 1980.

    Based in Middletown, N.Y., the New York, Ontario & Western Railway, or “O&W,” was incorporated in 1882 to succeed the bankrupt New York & Oswego Midland Railroad. The railroad’s mainline ran from Weehawken, N.J., in the greater New York City area to Oswego, N.Y., a port city on Lake Ontario. It had branch lines in New York to Kingston, Port Jervis, Utica, and Rome and to Scranton, Pa., where it served anthracite coal mines. South of Cornwall, N.Y., the railroad operated over New York Central’s West Shore Line along the Hudson River via trackage rights to Weehawken, NJ and a ferry connection across the Hudson River to New York City. – Ready Made Toys dot com

    The O&W reached from New York City to the Great Lakes - kinglyheirs dot com

    Graffiti Plywood & London Squire – ENY/Cypress Hills, Brooklyn

    © Frank H. Jump, 2003

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    Visit Dan Tobey's Liquor Store – New Lots Train Station – Brownsville, Brooklyn NY

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    Collection of: David Pirmann - NYC Subways dot org

    Collection of: Joe Testagrose - Date: 11/8/1970 - NYC Subways dot org

    Tacoma Dome & Freighthouse Square Area

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    Historic Photo

    Historic photo within Freighthouse Square

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    near Puyallup Avenue © Frank H. Jump

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    Union Station Historic District – Tacoma, WA

    American Plumbing & Steam Supply Co

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    West Coast Grocery

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    McDonald & Smith

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    Davies Building

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    Wiegel Candy Co

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    Waymarking

    Waymarking

    Tacoma’s Union Station Historic District (PDF)
    Waymarking – West Coast Grocery

    Sbarro's Dancing 20th Ave Station – Bensonhurst, Brooklyn

    Bensonhurst

    Bensonhurst

    Dancing Ad - Bensonhurst

    Bensonhurst

    Bensonhurst
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