Orange County Railroad Company

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The Orange County Railroad was chartered on November 28, 1888 and opened in 1889, extending a line of the Warwick Valley Railroad northeast from Greycourt to Maybrook. At Maybrook, the line junctioned with the Central New England Railway, continuing east via the Poughkeepsie Bridge over the Hudson River to New England. Trackage rights were obtained over a short piece of the New York, Ontario and Western Railway from the junction at Burnside west to the major junction at Campbell Hall.


We are currently offering the following pieces from the Orange County Railroad Company:

Orange County Railroad Company
$22.00
303
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