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.
A view of the UV New Berlin station in later years.
The UV station was torn down in the late 1980's. All that is left now is the foundation and front step.
This is the oil pump house.
One bay of the train shed still stands.
Another shot of the train shed.
The roof had begun to collapse, as can be seen here. The building was later demolished.
This is the old Unadilla Valley Railway office building. It is now a private residence.
The New Berlin yard, looking East.
Though of indifferent quality, this is nonetheless an interesting shot of the New Berlin yard, looking North from the area of the engine house.
The UV yard, looking north from the Unadilla River bridge.
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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