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Experience the O&W through the eyes of Don Furler.

Sharing the pages are collectibles, photos and drawings from O&WRHS archives and members

Price $10.00

"Center Cabs and Kitchens--Double Cab Locomotives of the NYO&W."

Images of Rail MIDDLETOWN AND UNIONVILLE RAILROAD BY Douglas Barberio, Arcadia Publishing 128 page illustrated history of the M&U RR. Eight chapters concentrating on Locomotives,
and each station location from Middletown to the NYS&W Hanford Branch. Excellent photographs with detailed captions........................................................................Price $18.00

From the O&WRHS Archives in Middletown New York

Various O&W Maps, Structure Plans, Charts, etc.

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THE NYO&W'S MIDDLETOWN BRANCH PART I CORNWALL TO BURNSIDE by Douglas J. Barberio.

This in-depth 96 page book covers the southernmost portion of the O&W main line. Included are many track maps and photographs of all the stations along with operational information..................$20.00

The Lost O&W Tapes Volume I - Taped with a reel-to-reel recorder on October 1, 1962 at an O&W "Old Timers" picnic, these recordings of ex-NYO&W employees have sat unlistened to for almost 40 years. Discovered again in the late 1980's when we moved the Cornell collection into our Archives facility they sat for another 13 years before being digitally remastered to compact disc. This first of four volume set begins with Homer House who started with the railroad in1892 and worked for the O&W until the last day of operation in 1957. Total Time: 1:04:23 - Price $9.00 + 3.00 S/H Click here to download jewel case artwork for Disc I

The Lost O&W Tapes Volume II - If you enjoyed the first one you'll be equally enlightened by this second cd in a 4 cd series. The interviews continue at the 1962 O&W Old Timers picnic with topics covering many areas of the O&W's operations. Hear firsthand accounts from former O&W employess including Homer House, Art Hodge, Bill O'Neill, Eric Faigle and Cleremont Bonnefort. Total Time: 1:02:35 - Price $9.00

The Lost O&W Tapes Volume III - If you enjoyed the first and second one you'll be equally enlightened by this third cd in a 4 cd series. The interviews continue at the 1962 O&W Old Timers picnic with topics covering many areas of the O&W's operations. Hear firsthand accounts from former O&W employess including Homer House, Art Hodge, Bill O'Neill, Eric Faigle and Cleremont Bonnefort. Total Time: 43:41 - Price $9.00

The Lost O&W Tapes Volume IV - The last and equally informative cd in a 4 cd series. The interviews continue at the 1962 O&W Old Timers picnic with topics covering many areas of the O&W's operations. Hear firsthand accounts from former O&W employess including Homer House, Art Hodge, Bill O'Neill, Eric Faigle and Cleremont Bonnefort, and introducing Leland VaValley. Leland was born 11/8/85 in Franklin Station NY. He was a fireman in Cadosia in 1936 when his Social Security started. Total Time: 58:52 - Price $9.00

OBSERVER ISSUES

"Ridin' the Rails - Passenger Equipment of the N.Y.O.& W. Ry." is the OWRHS 2007 Observer. This Observer is 202 pages, of text, photos, car diagrams and a spreadsheet format roster of O&W passenger cars from car No. 1 to No. 546; -- the last item being complete with disposition information as available. Soft Cover.............................................$30 Laminated Hard Cover.............$35

A Ride through the Countryside on the Syracuse & Chenango Valley Railroad is a story about the earliest days of the New York & Oswego Midland Railroad and its difficulties in building a planned route from Earlville to Syracuse. In 1866, the Midland vacated its plans to build the railroad along this corridor and adopted a route to Oswego via Oneida. The Syracuse & Chenango Valley Railroad was born two years later and eventually constructed its line along the route the Midland had earlier desired. Located nearly mid-way between Syracuse and Earlville was a tunnel and a heavy grade that only the Midland could have embraced had its mainline passed this upland countryside as originally planned. Soft Cover.............................................$30

Volume V " A Guide to the New York Ontario and Western Railway's Northern Division " is off the press and is available for purchase. The guide covers the railroad from Sidney to Munns on the main line, as well as the New Berlin Branch and Pecksport Loop. It contains 112 pages with over 78 photographs with maps and drawings to help follow the right of way of the "Old and Weary " . The final volume will cover the balance of the Northern Division from Munns to Oswego and include the Utica Division and Rome Branch. $20.00

THE NYO&W'S MIDDLETOWN BRANCH PART I CORNWALL TO BURNSIDE by Douglas J. Barberio. This in-depth 96 page book covers the southernmost portion of the O&W main line. Included are many track maps and photographs of all the stations along with operational information..........................................................................................................$20.00

Guide for Liberty to Sidney & Delhi Branch of the New York Ontario & Western Railway. The third auto tour guide by Charles Breiner and Willam Scott covering the upper part of the O&W's Southern Division. Station drawings, with maps and many photographs. 134 pages 8 1/2 x 11 on coated paper. Spiral bound.--------------------------------------------$15.00

MEMORIES OF POP AND THE O&W RAILWAY BY CLYDE R. CONROW & TRAIN CONTROL ON THE NYO&W RAILWAY BY ROBERT E. MOHOWSKI .......................................$15.00

GUIDE TO THE NYO&W RAILWAY'S SOUTHERN DIVISION - Cornwall to Liberty by Breiner and Scott. This definitive auto tour guide covers each station in detail with many maps and photos. The first of a new series of guides to the entire NYO&W. 98 pages, softbound, 81/2 x 11", coated paper, spiral bound. .............................................................$ 15.00

A Hill, A Branch, and the Pecksport Loop: The long awaited Observer publication by noted author, historian, and O&WRHS Trustee, John Taibi. This 96 page book covers the Northern Division of the NYO&W in the Randallsville-Eaton-Pecksport area, with emphasis on the important Pecksport Loop. ...............................................$20.00

THE FLYING DIESEL CORPS. - Newspaper article reprints and many never before published pictures ofthe Old Woman's unusual 1955 wreck in Hamilton, NY. Original artwork by Society artist Carl Ohlson. 24 pages. ............................... $ 5.00

THE MOUNTAINEER LIMITED: The initial six weeks' operation of the O&W's streamstyled train. Includes a reprint of the Middletown Herald article documenting the Mountaineer's inaugural run from Middletown to Cadosia. More of Carl Ohlson's amvork. 24 pages. ............................................................................ $ 5.00

THE Y-2's: One of our Motive Power Series issues. This 48-page issue is loaded with diagrams and pictures of these Heavy Mountains that handled the ponderous coal drags and fast freights. ............................................................... $ 10.00

ROSCOE-ROCKLAND: STEEL RAILS, SUMMERHOMES: Located at the confluence o fthe Beaverkill and Willowemoc streams, the twin villages of Roscoe and Rockland have attracted vacationers, fishermen and hunters for years. This 24-page photographic essay documents the O&W and the resorts in the area. ......................................................................................$ 5.00

The W's and W-2's: A Motive Power Series issue. 27 photos and many diagrams show details of the 2-8-0's evolution over four decades. Article on how to construct an HO model. Artwork by Carl Ohlson. 44 pages........................................................ $10.00

SUMMER HOMES ON THE MIDLAND. Exact reprint of an 1879 New York & Oswego Midland vacation guide describing towns and advertising the resorts along the line. "Rooms $5 per week" 38 pages....................................................................$4.00

May-Aug '94: SUMMER HOMES on the N.Y.O.& W. RAILWAY. Reprint of an 1881 O&W vacation guide. Greatly expanded version of the 1879 guide, with many lithographs and old advertisements. 84 pages. ..............................................................$ 8.00

SPECIAL - BOTH SUMMER HOMES (REPRINTS) for only...................................................................$ 10.00

Jan-Sep '91: MIDDLETOWN, HOME OF THE O&W AND THE O&WRHS. This 104-page issue is full of maps, photos, structure plans and text describing the facilities in the O&W's headquarters city. Includes histories of the O&W RHS and the Clemson Bros. building which now houses the Society's Archives. .........................................SPECIAL - Was $ 16.00 - Now $ 12.00

Ontario & Western Observer Volume 1. - Number 1, April 1941 published by the NYO&W containing contemporary advertising, railroad pictures, map of the O&W and O&W employee activities.........$5.00

NYO&W AUTO TOUR GUIDES

Travel the O&W in your car! These guidebooks, published for the Society's bus excursions, will route you over the roads near the O&W and lead you to the remaining stations, bridges, tunnels, etc. Illustrated with photos, maps, diagrams, etc.

A Guide to the New York Ontario and Western Railway's Northern Division - Volume V covers the railroad from Sidney to Munns on the main line, as well as the New Berlin Branch and Pecksport Loop. It contains 112 pages with over 78 photographs with maps and drawings to help follow the right of way of the "Old and Weary " . The final volume will cover the balance of the Northern Division from Munns to Oswego and include the Utica Division and Rome Branch. $20.00

A Guide to the NYO&W Railway's Southern Division - Cornwall to Liberty by Breiner and Scott. This definitive auto tour guide covers each station in detail with many maps and photos. The first of a new series of guides to the entire NYO&W. 98 pages, softbound, 81/2 x 11", coated paper, spiral bound. .......................................$ 15.00

A Guide To The New York Ontario & Western's Monticello, Port Jervis & Kingston Division by Charle M. Breiner and William E. Scott - 90 pages with many photo's, maps, structure plans and drawings of the railroads Monticello, Port Jervis & Kingston Division. This street by street guide will help you navigate along the right-of-way pointing out the remaining points of interest as you travel along.................................................. $15.00

A Guide for Liberty to Sidney & Delhi Branch of the New York Ontario & Western Railway. The third auto tour guide by Charles Breiner and Willam Scott covering the upper part of the O&W's Southern Division. Station drawings, with maps and many photographs. 134 pages 8 1/2 x 11 on coated paper. Spiral bound.--------------------------------------------$15.00

A Guide for the Scranton Division of the New York Ontario & Western Railway. The fourth auto tour guide by Charles Breiner and Willam Scott covering Cadosia to Scranton. Station drawings, with maps and many photographs. 136 pages 8 1/2 x 11 on coated paper. Spiral bound.--------------------------------------------$20.00

CLASSIC OBSERVER REPRINTS

The WOOD CHEMICAL OBSERVER ON CD: The O&WRHS has undertaken the task of reissuing out-of-print Observers. The WOOD CHEMICAL INDUSTRY IN THE DELAWARE VALLEY Observer, written by Franklin Daniel Myers, is the second in the series to be put on cd in readable and searchable .pdf format. All you need is Adobe Acrobat Reader which is free from Adobe and a CD-Rom drive. Please note that you can not print off of this cd nor can you export this to another format such as .jpg or .tiff. READ ONLY..............$15

Road Map of Acid Factory Locations ..........................................................................................................................................$3.00

The 1985 SCRANTON DIVISION OBSERVER ON CD: The O&WRHS has undertaken the task of reissuing out-of-print Observers. The Scranton Division Observer is the first in the series to be put on cd in readable and searchable .pdf format. All you need is Adobe Acrobat Reader which is free from Adobe and a CD-Rom drive. Please note that you can not print off of this cd nor can you export this to another format such as .jpg or .tiff. IT IS READ ONLY. ...........................$15

By popular demand, we now offer high-quality PHOTOCOPIES of several older out-of-stock OBSERVERS. If you're modeling the O&W, these are a great source of photos, diagrams and statistics.

PASSENGER CAR COMPENDIUM (1982). Includes Bob Mohowski's article on O&W steel passenger cars. .............................$12.00

NON-REVENUE EQUIPMENT (1983). Includes 1957 roster, plus an article on Roscoe's train order signal. ............................$ 10.00

Parlor Cars (1985) Photos and plans, complete roster, plus articles by Mohowski, Cobb, Sittner, etc. ................................$12.00


ARCHIVES REPRINTS

Accurate, scaled down diagrams of O&W structures and other artifacts, with historical descriptions and photographs.
Prepared by O&W Society Archivist Joe Bux from original material in the Society's Archives.

STATIONS. 20 pages. ..................................................................................................................................$ 2.00

Consists Of: Bloomingburg Station - Restaurant Display Tables, Wickham Ave. Dining Room (1904)
- Summitville Station - Canopy for Summitville Station (1912) - Standard Coal Box (1903) - U.S. Post Office Mail Cart (1921)

SIGNALING and OPERATIONS. 17 pages.......................................................................................................................................... $ 2.00

Consists Of: Semaphore and Searchlight Signals (Lubliner) - Location of Coal Operations, Scranton Div. (1941) - Standard Arrangement of Train Order Signals (1907) - Density of Summer Passenger Traffic, 1893-1953 - Steam & Diesel Locomotive Assignments (1945-46) - "Rail-Highway Transport of Milk" (Railway Age) - Standard Clearance Diagram for Tunnels (1892)

MAINTENANCE OF WAY and MISCELLANEOUS. 29 pages..........................................................................................$ 3.00

Consists Of: Apartment House for Signal Maintainers & Operators (1908) - Automatic Flagman (1913) - Standard Watch House (1890) - Portable Truss Cattle Bridge - Ontario, Carbondale & Scranton Ry. - Portable Tool House (1890) - Standard Motor Car House (1911) - 15 Ton Road Dept. Derrick (1913) - Standard Ice House (1906) 15 Ton Steam Derrick (1905) - Standard Pump House and Boiler (1902, 1910) Standard Water Column (1904)

CALENDARS

asdNew 2012 Calendar! Experience the O&W through the eyes of Don Furler. Sharing the pages are collectibles, photos and drawings from O&WRHS archives and members Price $10.00

14 Calendars from 1998 to 2011............$60.00

2011 - Experience both steam and diesel through the eyes of John Pickett. Sharing the pages are photos of rare collectibles from the collections of George Shammas and Carl Ohlson. Price $6.00

Our 2010 Calendar was put together by Bill Schneider using select negatives from the images in the Society's recently acquired Bob Collins negative collection. These photos were taken by Bob between December 1935 and April of 1948. Bill also had the arduous task of scanning these 450+ negatives for the Archives. The calendar pages were created by Bill using a multiple photos arranged in a collage so as to, in his words, " select a representative cross section of the photos - both in content and composition". $6.00

The 2009 O&WRHS calendar features the photographs of fellow member Marvin Cohen, a lifelong resident of Middletown, NY. The twenty original black and white photographs (brown toned) depicting various shots along the O&W line were selected by Doug Barberio. The emphasis was to find unique shots that had not been previously published. There is , for example, three shots of the "train of tomorrow" coming through Middletown! Robert Mohowski wrote the very informative captions. This is truly a wonderful addition to any railfan's collection! ...............$6.00

2008 O&WRHS Calendar: Showcasing the photos of noted rail photographer Jim Shaughnessy! 14 plus NYO&W Photos Along the Southern Division. This historic 9x12 calendar features 14 of Jim Shaughnessy's 80 photographs of the N.Y.O.&W. in her last years, with diesels powering the last freight runs through the countryside, illustrating the O&W's rural charm and archaic appeal. $6.00

2006 Dual Tone Calendar: Trains of the NYO&W...................................................................$6.00

2005 O&WRHS Color Calendar: 14 stunning photos depicting The O&W in miniature. Photographs by Mal Houck, Bill Schneider, Rich Cobb, Gary Saxton, and Don Spiro were taken on their layouts or dioramas. They were then mixed with various realistic elements in Photoshop with the end result being an almost firsthand experience of the O&W. Don't miss out on this calendar, it will give you joy for many years to come! Price - $6.00

2004 Color Calendar: Photos of many remaining O&W Depots as seen today......................$6.00

2003 Color Calendar: Photos of rare O&W tools, lanterns, locks, keys, and more! ...............................6.00

2002 Color Calendar: Interesting photos of non-revenue equipment which was on the final roster in 1957. ........ $6.00

2001 NYO&W All Color Calendar: Large 9X12 format - 11 steam 2 diesel including a rare photo of the O&W's 44-ton GE switcher in the as delivered maroon, black and silver scheme. The year starts out with a shot of a W-class 2-8-0 followed by a beautiful shot of the Summitville, NY depot in all her spledor. You will see several rare shots of the "Mountaineer" and a killer photo of Y-class locomotive blasting past the Orangeburg, NY station taken by Harold Fredericks. This is one calendar you will not want to miss. ...................................................................................................................................................................................$6.00

1999 Color Calendar: This calendar is in a 9"X12" format opening to 18"X12". It is 24 pages plus the cover with 14 photos of various O&W diesel and mixed scenes, some of which have never been seen before! This calendar again has been limited to a run of 1,500......................$6.00

1998 Color Calendar: This calendar is in a 9"X12" format opening to 18"X12". It is 24 pages plus the cover with 14 photos of various O&W diesel and steam scenes, some of which have never been seen before! This Special Edition Color Calendar has been limited to a run of 1,500. ......................$6.00

1996. Fourteen photos of O&W and OM depots in a variety of architectural styles. (Good for Mar-Dec. 2002.) ............$ 2.00

1993. Diesel, steam, a doodlebug and a Jull rotary snow plow, plus a freight train schedule. (Good for 1999.) ..................$ 2.00

1992. Classic pictures of vintage steamers (some camelbacks), a snowbound depot, and even a wreck................................ $ 2.00

1991. Fourteen more great shots of diesel and steam locos and rolling stock. (Good for 2002.) ...........................................$ 2.00

1990. Fine photos of O&W steam and diesel power as well as a passenger train schedule. (Good for 2001.)...................... $ 2.00

ASSORTED BOOKS ON THE O&W AND OTHER AREA ROADS

Postcard History Series: The NYO&W by Joe Bux..............................................................$16.00

LISTEN TO THE WHISTLE by Carleton Mabee. An anecdotal History of the Walkill Valley Rairoad. Recently reprinted - $20.00
NARROW GAUGE RAILROADS to THE CATSKILL HIGH PEAKS by John Ham. Hard cover 136 pages of photgraphs and history of six narrow gauge railroads at the turning of the Twentieth Century. Many scenes of local communities and railway stations. Locomotive picture rosters of each railroad. $35.00

Bridging the Hudson by Carlton Mabee - Story of the now being restored for public use Poughkeepsie railroad bridge.........................$20.00

The Influence of the NYO&W on Walton, NY by Jeannette C. Popp.............................................$7.50

A WALK ALONG THE ERIE'S NEWBURGH BRANCH by Robert McCue Soft cover 189 pages of many period photographs along the Branch. Also copies of related topographic maps......................$18.00

REMEMBERING THE NEW YORK ONTARIO & WESTERN: OSWEGO TO SIDNEY AND BRANCHES by John Taibi. This is an historical and anecdotal account of the entire Northern Division of the railroad. This book also examines the Utica Division, Pecksport and Sylvan Beach Loops, and branches to Auburn, Rome, and Edmeston. Therefore, it is a complete history of the lines north of Sidney from their inception by the Midland through the O&W railroad's demise in 1957. Complementing all of the historical and photographic information is a wonderfully attractive watercolor scene that was especially commissioned for use on the cover. In its entirety, this book contains 416 pages, and 463 photographs.

Complementing all of this is an original watercolor scene on the front cover, especially commissioned for this book. Softbound. List price $32.00.................................Your Price!...........$28.00

HARD COAL and COAL CARS - Hauling Anthracite on the New York Ontario & Western Railway by Martin Robert Karig III - In Hard Coal and Coal Cars Bob Karig tells the story of the coal hauling enterprise of the legendary New York Ontario and Western Railway - the O & W. The story begins with an overview of the development of the anthracite mining industry in Pennsylvania. Increase in the demand for coal led to the development of nine, class one railroads that depended on coal hauling for a significant portion of their revenue. Karig then describes how and why the O&W initially entered the anthracite market and how its business evolved and developed. This background sets the stage for the author's comprehensive discussion of the history of coal cars. The detailed presentation includes not only the history of the cars themselves but also the related technology and appliances. This intensively researched and well-documented book contains a complete illustrated history of O&W coal cars and concludes with a comprehensive coal car identification section. This book is not just for those interested in the New York, Ontario & Western Railway, but for anyone interested in the history of coal cars the important roll the railroads played in the history of Pennsylvania's rich anthracite coal fields.

Hard Cover, Color dust jacket, 81/2 X 11 vertical format, 222 pages, over 200 black & white photos on glossy paper stock. Limited to 1,000 hard cover. $50.00 plus 5.00 S&H

THE RAILROAD SWITCHING TERMINAL AT MAYBROOK , NEW YORK GATEWAY TO THE EAST by Mark Newman with The Maybrook Railroad Historical Society. 85 pages of history and pictures of Maybrook from the nineteenth century to 1974. Softbound.................$10.00

THE GRAND OLD STATIONS and STEAM LOCOMOTIVES of the ULSTER & DELAWARE By John M. Ham &Robert. Bucenec. Hardbound 104 pages of excellent photos of Mainline Stations; Stony CloveHunter Branch Stations: U&D Steam Locomotive and the Stations that Remain.
List price $29.95.................................................…Your Price $28.00

MILK CANS, MIXED TRAINS, and MOTOR CARS by Robert E. Mohowski: History of the O&W's connection to central New York's dairy industry, including their milk cars and self-propelled railcars. Generously illustrated with photos, structure drawings, maps and Carl Ohlson's artwork. 368 pages, hardbound with dust jacket. .............................................................$ 50.00

NEW YORK, ONTARIO & WESTERN IN COLOR: by Paul Lubliner. This book is full of many hard-to-find color photos of O&W steam, diesel and rolling stock dating back to 1941. 128 pages, hardbound. .................................................................$ 40.00

RIP VAN WINKLE RAILROADS by William F. Helmer. 30th anniversary edition of this classic illustrated history of the 4 narrow-gauge RRs which served New York's Catskill Mountains. 146 pages, softbound. List price $21.95. ...................... $ 20.00


Special Offer!

"MOUNTAINEER LIMITED" COLOR PRINT. Bob Skiba's magnificent painting depicts the first run of the O&W's "streamstyled" no. 405 and train on Iona Trestle. 19" x 26" lithograph.
Was 24.95..................................................................NOW $ 5.00!
NUMBERED & SIGNED BY THE ARTIST!......................................$15.00

"STEAM ENGINES OF THE NYO&W" COMMEMORATIVE PRINT. Drawings by Stanton Hamlet of twelve O&W locomotives. 34" x 22" wall poster, black on buff, suitable for framing..........................................$ 8.00

MUNNSVILLE DEPOT COLOR PRINT. Carl Ohlson's color rendition of an FT and a 44-tonner at the Munnsville depot, done for the cover of "NYO&W in the Diesel Age." 15" x 17*" print. .................................... $ 5.00

PRINTS (shipped in mailing tube)

NORTHEAST RAILROAD AUTO TOUR GUIDES

Lehigh & Hudson River, Maybrook, NY to Easton, PA (1987). 24 pages..............................................................................................$ 4.00


SPECIALTY ITEMS

LAPEL PINS. O&W logo, 3/4" diameter. Please specify type if ordering individually, or get a set of all three for ...................$ 10.00

Steam (black & white)................................................................................................................................................................................... $ 4.00

Diesel (red & yellow) .......................................................................................................................................................................................$ 4.00

Mountaineer (silver & maroon) ..................................................................................................................................................................$ 4.00

MISC. ITEMS

dvd

THE NYO&W ON FILM - Watch a mixture of vintage black and white and color footage of the O&W in both steam and diesel eras. Nearly THREE HOURS of locomotives in action including engine #405, the Mountaineer, in color!!! Trains in action at many stations including Middletown, Kingston, Summitville, Oneida, and Norwich, to name a few. Ride in the cab of an O&W F3 from Weehawken to Roscoe. Hear firsthand accounts of experiences of former O&W employees recorded at an O&W "Olde Timers Picnic" at Mayfield back in 1962. Listen to original music by Paul Lounsbury and Dick Staber as you travel along the right of way on the Southern, Northern and Scranton Divisions with many of the locations identified. ....$30.00

A BRIEF HISTORY of NEW YORK CITY'S MILK TRAFFIC and the MILK BUSINESS of the NEW YORK ONTARIO & WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY". A reprint of the 1902 20 page pamphlet" ......................................$3.00

Road Map of Acid Factory Locations ..........................................................................................................................................$3.00

NYO&W Map by Stan Hamlet. Shows all stations and tunnels. Reprint. 24" X 36".....................................................................................$4.00

NYO&W MAP, 1957. Shows major stations and all connections with other railroads. 14" x 10". (Society reprint).................. $ 1.00

COLLECTOR'S ALBUM. An O&W photo album. Locomotives, buildings, coal piers, etc. 10 pages. .............................................$ 2.50

POST CARD SCRAPBOOK. Reproductions of post card scenes along the O&W. 4 pages. $ ..................................................1.50

POSTAL CACHETS marking important anniversaries. (BELOW)

100th Anniversary of the Last Spike, Roscoe, NY, July 9, 1973. ......................................................................................$ 1.00


Track maps of the NYO&W from 1916 ICC surveys.

Most represent one mile of right of way showing mile posts, signal locations, bridges, tunnels, yard details and track side buildings. Order by milepost location or by name of town. Each map is 24" x 60" printed on white paper. They are shipped rolled in mailing tube.

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Name of Town(s)__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


Cost $7.00 per map plus + Postage/Handling* Any questions e-mail Archivist Jeff Otto.

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