Railroad station with baggage carts in Philadelphia
Philadelphia was a major passenger railroad junction, with lines running to Syracuse, Utica/Rome, Clayton and throughout St. Lawrence County. Hotels, restaurants, and other service industries developed in the town because of the railroad. Pictured here is the train depot and baggage carts. Hotel Fisher in background. Circa 1910-15. Philadelphia, NY.
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