The Troy And Schenectady Railroad
The Schenectady And Troy Railroad was Chartered in 1836 and built in 1841. It ran from downtown Troy to downtown Schenectady. In 1856 It became a branch-line of the New York Central and was renamed the Troy And Schenectady Branch. It lasted until the late 1970's.
History Of The High Street Grade Crossing Elimination
(By Steve Lackmann)
The T&S in Beers' Atlas of 1866
American Museum Of Electricity
Special Thanks to Steve Lackmann, Gordon Smith, Len Garver, Ken Kinlock, Steve Myers, Ernie Mann, Mal Horton, Ed Wittekind, Dan Thomas, Bill Mischler, Jim Shaugnessy and Kevin Franklin for their help and photos.
The Schenectady & Troy Railroad...The Troy & Schenectady Railroad
New York Central & Hudson River RR Troy Branch
New York Central Troy Branch...New York Central Aqueduct Branch
New York Central Crescent Branch...Penn Central Aqueduct Branch
Penn Central Crescent Branch...Conrail Aqueduct Secondary
Conrail Crescent Industrial Track