Difference between revisions of "Existing Railroad Stations in New York State"
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Revision as of 14:48, 23 December 2019
In the early 1990s, I had been compiling a database of existing railroad stations in New York. After gathering about 200 stations, I decided to construct a web site. While researching these stations has been personally rewarding, I feel that sharing this information on the Internet helps others who are interested in the history and preservation of classic railroad stations.
- December 23 2019 - Hoosick Falls Passenger station is now history, having been demolished. Rensselaer county.
- November 26 2019 - I'm done with the old emails. New emails have been coming and and since it's so much easier to update, the new emails are done too. Many new, replacement photos. Thanks!
- November 20 2019 - I'm down to 29 emails. The remaining emails are new stations to add or at least get on the verify list. See the Verify link below. That's been updated as well.
- November 2019 Re-Launch - I've converted this site to a Wiki format to make it easier to maintain. I went through over 200 emails that I received since I last updated the (old) site, and you may notice fewer stations on each county page. The majority of these removals were due to fires or tear-downs. I've also updated some photos and other facts that were sent to me. I still have emails I'm going through, so stay tuned for more updates.
- If you have photos, send them in: email me. A small credit line at the bottom is helpful, although I can add it. The photos of the old site were small to save space back in 1996. Now I'm standardizing on something around 1200 pixels wide.
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