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Structures & Right-of-Way in New Berlin

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An early picture of the UV station in New Berlin. The station was originally built on pilings, and later was lowered onto a concrete foundation.

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A view of the UV New Berlin station in later years.

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The UV station was torn down in the late 1980's. All that is left now is the foundation and front step.

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This is the oil pump house.

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One bay of the train shed still stands.

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Another shot of the train shed.

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The roof had begun to collapse, as can be seen here. The building was later demolished.

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This is the old Unadilla Valley Railway office building. It is now a private residence.

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The New Berlin yard, looking East.

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Though of indifferent quality, this is nonetheless an interesting shot of the New Berlin yard, looking North from the area of the engine house.

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The UV yard, looking north from the Unadilla River bridge.

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The main line of the UV passed over Genesee Street on its way to interchange with the NYO&W. The tracks in the foreground is the UV; the bridge in the back right took the O&W across the Unadilla on its way to Edmeston.

 

Unless otherwise noted, all pictures on this page are from

the collection of Paul Straney, Oneonta NY

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