This upstate New York line was incorporated in 1891 and opened on December 14, 1892 between the two named cities. The railroad was foreclosed and reformed in 1902 and passed into the hands of the New York Central & Hudson River Railroad in 1906.

The company also operated the Dolgeville & Salisbury Railroad Company, which was formed by the Salisbury Iron & Steel Company in 1907. This road ran from Dolgeville to Irondale, a total of 3.89 miles.

In 1913, the line was consolidated into the New York Central & Hudson River Railroad and the name was changed to Dolgeville Branch, NYC & HRRR.
Passenger service on entire line ceased in April of 1933, with freight service ending in July of 1964.






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