Construction of a trestle bridge in the town of De Kalb

Nine men holding tools stand on a wooden trestle bridge across Tanner Creek near Stellaville, a hamlet of De Kalb. The bridge was part of the Adirondack and St. Lawrence Railroad. Four women and a man sitting in a horse-drawn wagon are on the ground next to the bridge. The bridge is under construction, and building materials lay scattered on the ground. October 1899. De Kalb, NY.

Permissions Statement

North Country Public Radio is not the owner or holder of copyright for any images within the North Country at Work archive. For uses of a photo (other than educational or non-commercial purposes), contact the photo’s institution of origin.