Adirondack and St. Lawrence Railroad engine #2 and employees in Hermon

Adirondack and St. Lawrence engine #2 and coach passenger car. From right to left: Bill Tull (engineer), McCullum (Freeman), Rarick (Conductor), Slimell (Brakeman), taken in 1906 near 4 mile point on De Kalb to Hermon route. (Possibly a cowcatcher on front of engine, designed to remove cows and other obstructions from tracks.) Near Hermon, NY.

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