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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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On Main Street before the Freight House was moved.

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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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Two men standing atop overturned boxcars after a train accident in McIntyre.

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Overturned boxcars after a train accident in McIntyre.

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Color-tinted photograph of a train passing through the tunnel under Anthony's Nose in the Hudson Highlands.

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Black & white photograph of the CNE RR Engine House in Pine Plains. The railroad was dismantled in 1938.

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Men working in roadbed, smoke in the distance.

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Roadbed construction.

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Black & white photograph of CNE RR freight cars in Pine Plains. The railroad was dismantled in 1938.

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Black & white photograph, view of the casino on Mt. Beacon. From the reverse: "Mt. Beacon -- World's Steepest Incline Railroad, 1,540 feet high, 2,384 feet long, average grade 64%. 'The Hudson River's Most Famous Resort.'"

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View of the Livingston House with railroad tracks in the foreground, looking northwest.

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Main Street's overpass bridge over the railroad tracks, later replaced by a steel bridge.

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N.Y. Central Railroad Roundhouse. Shows partial Railroad station Freight house & Vassar Brewery

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Color illustration of the New York Central Railroad Station in Poughkeepsie. N.Y.C. & H.R., NYC Empire State Express.

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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 New York Central Railroad Station, with the Hudson River visible in the background.

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Color-tinted photograph of the New York Central's Empire State Express train. Handwriting at bottom reads: "If you can guess why [illegible]. G.b.d.s.h."

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Black & white photograph of the No. 18--Wingdale train arriving at the Hasbrouck station. Handwriting on the side reads: "Dear May-This is where we are spending a few happy hours. Wishing to thank you for your gift which was so pretty. We are going…

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