Pier 13, Foot of Cortlandt Street
The Express Train.
Brooklyn Bridge with Pier 21, Pennsylvania Railroad
The pier shed of the Pennsylvania and B & O Railroads at Pier 21 with the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan...
[Manhattan from Weehawken]
Prairie Fires of the Great West
Proposed Arcade Railway. Under Broadway. View Near Wall Street.
Map of Mott Haven Canal Docks and other Property of W. E. Rider and T. H. Conkling
G. S. Greene, Jr., Engineer.
Portrait, Chauncey M. Depew in His Office at Grand Central Depot.
Chauncey Depew, president of the Grand Central Railroad, seated in his office.
American Railroad Scene. Snow Bound
[Blizzard -- 1888] [Battery]
Photographs, Prints & Drawings
At 10, Looking North.
The railroad construction of a retaining wall on the northern-most point of Manhattan. The Harlem River,...
Riverside Drive Extension, Tracks and "Bathing Beach" near 148th Street.
Construction during the extension of Riverside Drive.
Riverside Drive Extension, 151st Street Masonry.
Construction during the extension of Riverside Drive. T. D. Hickey, Inspector of Sewers, is visible...
Riverside Drive Extension, Trinity Cemetery, 153rd to 155th Street.
Riverside Drive Extension, Railroad Wall near 142nd Street.
From Office Window at 0 and 20, Looking South
Railroad construction in the northern part of Manhattan. The Polo Grounds are visible to the left and...
At 28, Looking South.
Railroad construction along the Harlem River.
From 28, Looking South.
From High Bridge at 50, Looking South.
From Office Window at 0 and 25, West Line, Looking North.
Railroad construction along the Harlem River near the Polo Grounds.
From High Bridge on East Line, Looking South.
At 13, Looking South.
Railroad construction near the Polo Grounds in High Bridge Park.
Off 23, Looking South.
At 9, Looking Northwest.
Railroad construction along the Harlem River. The High Bridge is visible in the distance.
From High Bridge, Looking South.
At 26, Looking South.
The railroad construction along the Harlem River, facing south from High Bridge.
At 9, Looking South.
The construction of a retaining wall along the Harlem River.
Off 44, Looking Southwest.
On Hoister at 22, Looking South.
From High Bridge, Looking Southeast.
The railroad construction along the Harlem River south of High Bridge.
Military Band Line-up on Riverside Drive.
The Hudson River is visible in the background.
Riverside Drive Extension, Tracks and "Cascade" at 148th Street.
At 19 and 70, Looking East.
Spuyten Duyvil [steam locomotive passing a large house at a railroad junction]
Starrett-Lehigh Building II
601 West 26th Street between Eleventh and Twelfth Avenues. The West Side Highway is in front of the...
Between West and Washington Streets, Perry and Charles Streets. The New York Central Railroad freight...
Railroads On Parade at the 1939 New York World's Fair
The DeWitt Clinton and his train, built for the Mohawk & Hudson Railroad in 1831 by the West Point Foundry...
The wedding of the rails: The joining of the Central Pacific and Union Pacific at Promontory Point, Utah,...
[Fifty Two Vanderbilt Avenue.]
Waterfront-Erie (Pavonia) Ferry House 1896 W. 23rd St. and No. River.
The Pavonia Ferry and New York, Lake Erie & Western Railroad Co.; men are coming out from the building...
Excavation for The Pennsylvania Station 1906.
Construction site for the new Pennsylvania Station.
A train pulling out of the Nepperhan station, presumably in Yonkers (NY).
[West Street at the Foot of Chambers Street.]
The ferry terminal on West St. at the foot of Chambers St. Groups of men are visible coming out of the...
Trucks, West and Desbrosses Streets
Waterfront from Pier 19, East River
Foot of Peck Slip, with the Brooklyn Bridge in the background.
Chauncey M. Depew.
Looking N.W. from 34th St. N.Y. [Broadway, Herald Square.]
Herald Square looking northwest from 34th St. The 6th Avenue elevated figures prominently in the foreground...
E. R. Durkee & Co., Elmhurst L.I., Exterior, the Rose Laden Fences Along the Railroad.