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  • Tags: Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge

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Reprint from the Poughkeepsie New Yorker/advertisement for Sedgwick Machine Works.

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Nearing completion of construction.

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Three riverboats passing underneath the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge

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Illustration of the bridge released by the construction company that built it, the Union Bridge Company.

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"Mayor Eastman's Donation Party (in Aid of Poughkeepsie)"The Great Contribution and the Contributors."

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Illustration of the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge, compliments of Adriance Platt & Co.

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View from an airplane of the city of Poughkeepsie, including the Mid-Hudson & Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridges.

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Black & white photograph, possibly of the Adriance, Platt factories along the edge of the river

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Color-tinted illustration of the Poughkeepsie railroad bridge & the Hudson River Dayliner, Poughkeepsie streets in the foreground.

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Men working in roadbed, smoke in the distance.

Local resident Dudley Schneider tells of the events of May 8 1974 when as an IBM employee he watched the railroad bridge fire from the IBM campus. He also tells stories of working at IBM over the years.

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Black & white photograph of the Hudson River at the Dutton Lumber Yard. The ship 'St. Helen's & the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge are visible in the background.

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The Ferry Brinckerhoff, in ice on the Hudson, near Poughkeepsie.

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Image of the Brewery, situated atop Kaal Rock. Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge is visible in the background.

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The office of H. Hoblich, located on Dutchess Avenue & Delafield Street.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Hudson River Day liner pier & launch at the bottom of Main Street in Poughkeepsie. The Poughkeepsie RR Bridge is visible in the background. Part of an accordion fold souvenir set, with 838a-n.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Hudson River Day Line leaving the Poughkeepsie dock, with the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge visible in the background.

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An Iceboat race taking place on the Hudson, beneath the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge. Unidentified
Riverboat is visible in the background.

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View of the Poughkeepsie waterfront as seen from the vantage point of the railroad bridge.

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Incl. poem by Harry T. Briggs, "Queen of the Hudson" written 1945.

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Black & white photograph of the Mid-Hudson Bridge, straight on view, from river, with the Poughkeepsie railroad bridge in the distance.

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Color illustration of the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge, reverse of Adriance Platt & Co, Advertisement, 843-1PC6.

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Color-tinted photograph of the New York Central Railroad Station in Poughkeepsie. The Poughkeepsie RR Bridge is visible in the background. Built c. 1866.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge & the eastern shore.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge & the eastern shore. Handwriting at bottom reads: "Dear Amanda. Would like to have you spend Thursday of this week with us. Miss John Noies(?)"
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