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Media railroad cut

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-4162.jpg
Date: 1890-1900
Locomotive is puffing a cloud of smoke.

Swarthmore College

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-4211.jpg
Date: 1895-1900
View from railroad tracks all the way up to the main building, no Parrish Hall. The oak tree allee along this walk were then newly planted.

C. Frank Williamson Lumber Yard, Station Road

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-5164.jpg
Date: 1895-1900
Six or seven buildings, some look like dwellings. Sign reads: C. Frank Williamson, Lumber, Coal, Wood and Feed. Railroad tracks in foreground.

Woodmen

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-5166.jpg
Date: 1895-1900
Probably at C. Frank Williamson’s lumber yard, near railroad station in Media. Scene includes railroad flatbed cars loaded with lumber, woodsmen with axes, and huge uncut tree trunks with bark still attached.

Bridge over single-track railroad

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8019.jpg
Address: Not Known
Date: 1900 (circa)
Possibly in Chester Heights, Pa.

Bridge over single-track railroad

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8020.jpg
Address: Not Known
Date: 1900 (circa)
Possibly in Chester Heights, Pa.

Angora railroad bridge, Flat

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8026.jpg
Date: 1900 (circa)
Location is approximate. This bridge crosses a small stream called Thomas Run, in West Philadelphia. The stream was buried in a sewer by the early 20th century and the railroad now crosses this valley at grade.

Angora railroad bridge, top

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8027.jpg
Date: 1900 (circa)
Location is approximate. This bridge crosses a small stream called Thomas Run, in West Philadelphia. The stream was buried in a sewer by the early 20th century and the railroad now crosses this valley at grade.

Angora railroad bridge, diagonal

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8028.jpg
Date: 1900 (circa)
This bridge crossed a small stream called Thomas Run, in West Philadelphia. The stream was buried in a sewer by the early 20th century and the railroad now crosses this valley at grade.

Rowlandville O.H. Bridge, over railroad, south side,

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8050.jpg
Date: 1900 (circa)
O.H. may mean overhead

Rowlandville O.H. Bridge, over railroad, overhead cut

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8051.jpg
Date: 1900 (circa)
O.H. may mean overhead

Rowlandville O.H. Bridge, top, over railroad

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8052.jpg
Date: 1900 (circa)
O.H. may mean overhead

Railroad track though woodland.

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-9069-2.jpg
Address: Not Known
Date: 1900-1909

Rowlandville railroad bridge no. 64, north side

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8143.jpg
Date: 1901-07-20
Crosses Octoraro Creek in Cecil County, Maryland, close to the Susquehanna River.