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The NYO&W WebTrain, which is operated by KC Jones, serves to connect websites that either feature the NYO&W and the Railroads that served the O&W&'s territory, or companies that offer products related to these railroads. All stations on the NYO&W WebTrain are family friendly, and child safe.
 

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   The Mighty O&W, New York City to the Great Lakes Preview Go
The New York, Ontario & Western Railroad. It wound its way thru New York State and missed most of the population centers. It went away in 1957. Could it have survived? What happened to it? What remains of it?
   Troop Trains were important to the United States Preview Go
ALCO goes to War. New Haven RR goes to War. Great slide show of troop train from Texas to New York Harbor. Camp trains and ammunition trains plus Freedom Train. Governors Island Railroad. The first war in which trains were used to carry Americans to battle was the Mexican War in 1846.
   The Mighty O&W, A 1950's perspective of the Ontario & Preview Go
All about the New York, Ontario & Western Railroad. Some pieces of this railroad that was lost in 1957 are still used by other lines.


   Railroad History West of the Hudson & Around NY State Preview Go
Home to everything you ever wanted to know about railroad history West of the Hudson and Around New York State. Links to many railroad resources. Of interest to the railroad manager, railfans, advocates of super railroads, railroad historians. The one source to go to for railroad history.
   The Erie and the DL&W were merged in 1960 Preview Go
The Erie Railroad and the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western were merged on October 17, 1960. Railroad mergers have taken place right from the beginning of railroading. See the outcome of this merger and its impact on history.






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