Here's a look at how the FJG handled the brutal Northeast winters...
 

Here is a rotary plow used on the Electric Line. It was built by The Roggles Co. and purchasedin 1921 from The
Eastern  Mass. Street Railway. The FJG didn't keep this long because it didn'tcut a wide enough path for its Interurbans...

This is #15, an electric plow and sweeper. She is seen coming up Fulton Street in Gloversville onMarch 16th 1916. That's
the Four Corners behind her...

 

Here is Electric Plow #1 on The Belt Line. Sitting on top of the trolley is Mr. Fred Dye. Fred was an engineer on the electric division
and a bus driver when the trolleys were replaced. He also snapped
many pictures of the FJG, some found on this site...

Here is electric plow #3. She was built by the Wasson Company in 1902...

Here is an Interurban sitting at the Tribes Hills Station. This was taken in the Winter of 1916...
 
 

Here is Steam Plow #1. It was built from an old boxcar by the Railroads's Motive Power Department.

Here is another picture of #1. She has just gotten back from plowing the Broadalbin Line.
This picture was taken on March 11th, 1916. Sitting on the plow is Mr. Ginger Clute...

 

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