Union Depot in Saranac Lake
Built by the Delaware and Hudson Railroad, Union Station grew to become the largest station on the line north of Utica. It handled up to 20 trains per day during its busiest years, which were 1912-1940. The trains carried goods, supplies and tourists into and out of Saranac Lake. 1909. Saranac Lake, NY. Courtesy of the Saranac Lake Free Library.
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