D&H 4-4-0 #422         
100 years ago in Harpursville,NY-Southbound D&H 4-4-0 #422 with a passenger train is on the Harpursville trestle. Picture is pre World War 1-exact date approximate
Date: 6/1/1913 Location: Harpursville, NY   Map Show Harpursville on a rail map Views: 1387 Collection Of:   Matthew Gibbons
Locomotives: DH 422(4-4-0)    Author:  Nettie Wedge
D&H 4-4-0 #422
Picture Categories: Bridge,Steam,Passenger,Action This picture is part of album:  D&H from Late 80s to Mid 90s
User Comments
Name Type Comments Date
Fred Stuckmann General Cool homepage shot. 4/21/2013 8:21:26 PM
Wendy Crim General Fantastic! 5/23/2013 8:56:27 PM
Robert Beichler General Very very cool and a great homepage. 9/10/2013 6:17:05 PM
Corey Taylor General Cool Pic! Made Homepage! 9/30/2013 10:07:36 PM
Tom Beckett General Cool photo!! Looking at the big power they use today, makes you wonder how they ever got over Belden Hill(and Richmondville) with a 4-4-0. 1/20/2016 2:30:43 AM
Dwight Hartje General Incredible shot! 4/25/2017 9:10:44 PM
Tom Beckett General Home page 04-21-2018 The scene has not changed much, except that NY 235 now runs under the south end of the bridge, which would be at the far left of the photo. And the trees are a little taller now. Wylie Creek still runs under the bridge, as it does here. There's a small parking area, out of the photo to the right, which is a great place to sit while waiting for the action. I'm going to guess the photographer is standing in the Penn Division bridge over Wylie Creek, and whatever preceded NY 7, which is at about the same location. That bridge is now gone, having been removed after the Penn was finally abandoned following the reopening of Belden Tunnel in the mid 80's after it was enlarged to accommodate double stacks. 4/21/2018 3:26:30 AM

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