From: Annual Report, New York State Railroad Commission, Sept. 30, 1856

Interested in steam locomotives? Here is the ultimate for you.Richard Palmer has kindly furnished us with listings of the number, condition and description of the New York Central Railroad locomotives as of 1856.
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An added special feature, courtesy of Richard Palmer, is “The Milk Business of the New York Central R.R“. By Charles W. Brainard (Written about 1940)
Richard Palmer’s West Shore Abandonment Lists
Abandonments of New York Central “Hojack” Lines Contributed by Richard Palmer
Notes on the Lincoln Inaugural and Funeral Trains . Compiled by Richard Palmer.
Notes on the Lincoln Inaugural and Funeral Trains
A Chronicle of the Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg Compiled by Richard Palmer.
A Chronicle of R.W.& O. Days Since 1851 From:New York Central Lines Magazine, December, 1926, PP 84-85 Contributed by Richard Palmer
We have a special feature by Richard Palmer on Where Did the Term “Hojack” Originate?

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