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D&H Depot: 1910

D&H Depot: 1910

Circa 1910. "Delaware & Hudson Depot, Saratoga, N.Y." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

 

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WELLL ...

I live a mile from the NEW train station, relocated to the west side in the '60s!

Don't forget!

"Now George, don't forget to look both ways!!! You remember what happen to Aunt Esther."

Third time's the charm

This was the third station at the site -- the earlier two had burned -- and it looks like they took no chances, allowing that number to carry over into the design (presumably the outbuildings were for baggage and express, but maybe an old-time Saratogan -- it was replaced in 1960 -- can tell us for sure.)

A robust 9.6 on the Cute-O-Meter!

Updated: a check of Sanborn maps confirms the outer pavillions housed baggage facilities, tho the further one - which is actually somewhat larger - originally housed a lunch room as well. Notcom

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