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This Web Ring is for sites which provide sources of information for people who are interested in the history of their local area. The ring accepts sites which cover the history of a village, town, city or district and also sites which provide resources for those who would like to research their local history.


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   Essex Steam Train: The Valley Railroad Preview Go
The Essex Steam Train; New steam comes to Essex. A Great tourist railroad in Connecticut. Former New Haven Railroad branch.
   NY Central Branch from DeKalk Junction to Ogdensburg Preview Go
In 1861, the Potsdam & Watertown Railroad line merged into the Watertown&Rome, the name of the new railroad was changed to Rome, Watertown&Ogdensburg, and a 19-mile line built from DeKalb Junction to Ogdensburg. Once it was important; now it is gone.
   Fishkill Landing Completion Preview Go
The Completion of the New York Central Railroad rebuilding at Fishkill Landing starting in 1913. The Newburgh, Dutchess and Connecticut Railroad became part of the Central New England Railway (CNE) (later the New Haven Railroad). The New York Central ran from New York City to Albany and beyond through the Hudson Valley. The two roads met at Fishkill Landing.

   CNE Book 25 Years on the ND&C Preview Go
The Central New England Railway (CNE) is portrayed in a book: Book 25 Years on the ND&C. Sales benefit reconstruction of the Hopewell Junction railroad station.
   The Railroads of Pine Plains in New York State Preview Go
The Central New England Railway (CNE) was a railroad across northern Connecticut and west across the Hudson River in New York. There were actually three railroads that connected in Pine Plains, Dutchess County, NY; the ND&C, the P&E and the P&C. In later years all three became part of the CNE and the New Haven. The New Haven did not want these local lines. All they really wanted was the Maybrook Line and the big bridge in Poughkeepsie. All of the lines in Pine Plains were abandoned in the 1920's and 1930's. The last of the tracks were removed in 1938 and sold for scrap to Japan.
   NY Central Catskill Mountain Branch Preview Go
The Catskill Mountain Branch of the NY Central was a railroad through the Catskill Mountains in NY State. It ran from Kingston on the Hudson River to Oneonta where it connected with the Delaware & Hudson Railroad. When did the New York Central Railroad acquire the Ulster & Delaware and when was it abandoned? What is the current status of the branch? What tourist railroads are running on it?
   Benton Harbor: Once a Rail Center Preview Go
Western Michigan: Benton Harbor and St Joseph. The New York Central (Big Four) ran into Benton Harbor from Niles up until about 1980. Includes an article based on recollections of Maurice Newman. All about railroads in the Benton Harbor / St Joseph area of Michigan.
   The South Devon Players Theatre & Film Company Preview Go
Theatre & Film company based in Brixham, Devon, Southwest England, specialising in newly written and researched historical dramas for stage (locally) and screen (internationally). Giving local actors the chance to be seen and shine, we are an energetic, ambitious, happy team. Find out about our latest shows, films, castings and projects. As seen on BBC TV.
   Historical Society of Ogden Dunes Preview Go
Historical Society of Ogden Dunes home page with local history of the Town of Ogden Dunes,Indiana and nearby.
   Webrings Of Cornwall Preview Go
The homepage of our Cornwall-themed webrings. Here you will find many places of interest and fascinating aspects of Cornwall that will increase your enjoyment of this very special part of the United Kingdom. If you have a website which might be at home in one (or more) of our rings, you are welcome to apply for membership.

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