Utica, NY 1915, 100 years ago

The first steps are taken toward making the new New York Central Railroad station on Main Street in Utica a “union” station. Workers begin laying tracks in the rear of the station for the New York, Ontario & Western and the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western railroads and begin to build platforms for their passengers. The two railroads will move into the station in December, thus making it a “Union Station.”

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