Richmond Hill (New York, N.Y.)
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    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: August 6, 1935
    Type: black and white negative; black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:15604
    Description: The Pennsylvania Railroad's K-4s engine #1737 was the first of the K4 class, which turned out to be a classic line, eventually numbering 425 locomotives. It was intended that the 1737 be restored and ... More
    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: August 6, 1935
    Type: black and white negative; black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:15627
    Description: The Pennsylvania Railroad's K-4s engine #1737 was the first of the K4 class, which turned out to be a classic line, eventually numbering 425 locomotives. It was intended that the 1737 be restored and ... More
    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: December 29, 1908
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:14987
    Description: Looking west at trains in the Long Island Rail Road's Morris Park yard.
    Authors: Ron Ziel
    Date: November 24, 1976
    Type: Black and White photograph
    Identifier: aql:25078
    Description: Black River and Western steam engine No. 60 and tender, diesel engines No. 1552, and No. 209 at the Morris Park Yard. November 24, 1976.
    Authors: Ron Ziel
    Date: January, 1964
    Type: Black and White photograph
    Identifier: aql:25162
    Description: LIRR passenger car No. 1006 with shop switcher No. 399 at the Morris Park maintenance shops in Richmond Hill. January, 1964.
    Authors: Ron Ziel
    Date: January, 1964
    Type: Black and White photograph
    Identifier: aql:24995
    Description: Six diesel engines of five different classes LIRR Morris Park maintenance yard in Richmond Hill. January, 1964. Used in "Steel Rails to the Sunrise" P.284
    Authors: Ron Ziel
    Date: May, 1960
    Type: Black and White photograph
    Identifier: aql:25238
    Description: LIRR Bunk car No. W53 at Morris Park maintenance yard in Richmond Hill. May, 1960.
    Authors: Ron Ziel
    Date: May, 1960
    Type: Black and White photograph
    Identifier: aql:25132
    Description: Gondola No. W22 at LIRR Morris Park locomotive maintenance shops in Richmond Hill. May, 1960.
    Authors: Ron Ziel
    Date: May, 1960
    Type: Black and White photograph
    Identifier: aql:25181
    Description: Rows of diesel engines at LIRR Morris Park locomotive maintenance shops in Richmond Hill. May, 1960.
    Authors: Ron Ziel
    Date: May, 1960
    Type: Black and White photograph
    Identifier: aql:25084
    Description: Rotary snow plow car No. 193 at LIRR Morris Park locomotive maintenance shops in Richmond Hill. May, 1960
    Authors: Ron Ziel
    Date: 1955 - 1975
    Type: Black and White photograph
    Identifier: aql:25212
    Description: Workmen shoveling snow from tracks during storm. Morris Park Yard in Richmond Hill with diesel engine No. 480. Used in "Steel Rails to the Sunrise" Page 283. January 13, 1975
    Date: January 1946
    Type: Digital image
    Identifier: aql:17121
    Description: January 1946 edition of Archway, the yearbook of Richmond Hill High School. A selection of pages from the yearbook was digitized.
    Full Text: Full Text
    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: 1940
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:9641
    Description: A Long Island Rail Road train on the Main Line rolls through Richmond Hill near the West Bridge station.
    Authors: Hal B. Fullerton
    Date: 1901
    Type: glass plate negative; interpositive; black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:3320
    Description: Interior of Long Island Railroad Company coach no. 117 outfitted, as a hospital car. View from operating room into Ward room.
    Authors: Hal B. Fullerton
    Date: 1901
    Type: glass plate negative; interpositive; black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:3573
    Description: Interior of Long Island Railroad Company coach no. 117 outfitted, as a hospital car.