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INFORMATION / CHANGE HISTORY

Note:  Most information below comes from publication "Passenger and Freight Stations" published by "Press of The Delaware and Hudson Company" from an inspection of the lines between June 7th and June 10th, 1926.  Reproduced by the Bridge Line Historical Society (http://www.bridge-line.org), Fall 1999.
bulletNew York
bulletAfton
Combination 1869 Restaurant
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bulletMoved:  1 Maple Road
 
bulletAlbany
Shelter 1852 Dismantled
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Albany-Vermont - Foot of Livingston Ave.

    Passenger 1863 ?
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A&S - It stood on Broadway, near Madison Ave.

    Freight 1863 ?
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A&S - Stood on Church Street, between Madison Ave. and Pruyn Street

    Freight 1865 ?
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South Albany

    Passenger 1873 Dismantled
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Maiden Lane Station

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Remodeled 1880

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Dismantled 1901

    Freight 1873 Burned Down
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Livingston Avenue

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Burned Down April 3, 1927

    Shelter 1880 ?
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Madison Avenue

    Shelter 1890 ?
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Troy-Albany Belt Line

    Union Station 1900  
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Built by NYC RR

    Freight 1915 ?
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Dean and Maiden Lane

 
bulletAlplaus
Shelter 1894 ?
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bulletAltamont
Combination 1864 {Freight}
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Remodeled 1897 {See Freight}

    Passenger 1897  
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    Freight 1897  
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Was the previous Combination built in 1864

 
bulletAusable Forks
Combination 1893  
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bulletPennsylvania
bulletArchbald
Combination 1873  
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1845 - Town renamed from White Oak Run in Honor of James Archbald, Chief Engineer of D&H Canal Company

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1904 - Moved ~ 1/2 Mile North on opposite side of track and enlarged

 
bulletAvoca
Combination 1867 {Freight}
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Town previously known as Pleasant Valley (1853) and was later renamed sometime after 1871

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Remodeled 1899 {See Freight}

    Passenger 1899 Burned Down
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Located opposite side of tracks, about 300 feet north of replacement Passenger station

    Freight 1899  
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Was the previous Combination built in 1867

    Passenger 1911  
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Created:
January 22, 2000
Last Updated:
August 19, 2007
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