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    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: September 8, 1931
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:10311
    Description: The Shinnecock Canal Bridge is seen in this view looking west along the Long island Rail Road's Montauk branch tracks in Hampton Bays.
    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: October 8, 1929
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:9555
    Description: A view looking east, from the middle of the tracks, at the 160th Street bridge.
    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: October 8, 1929
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:9477
    Description: A stretch of the Long Island Rail Road in Jamaica, looking east toward the Prospect Street (now 159th Street) bridge. In the background at extreme right can just be seen the Prospect Cemetery and the ... More
    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: April 6, 1908
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:10333
    Description: A distant view of railroad bridges during construction on Long Island Rail Road's Manhattan Beach Branch.
    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: October 5, 1929
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:9510
    Description: A view of the Union Hall Street railroad bridge, taken from the 160th Street bridge. The platforms of the station can be seen behind the train car at left.
    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: May 31, 1936
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:14973
    Description: Looking west at a railroad bridge on the Brighton Beach line identified as an "underjump" to what was the Sheepshead Bay horse-racing track.
    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: May 30, 1940
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:15244
    Description: A view looking south toward the Coney Island Creek and drawbridge. Coney Island is in the far distance.
    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: March 30, 1929
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:15014
    Description: A view of the Long Island Rail Road's overpass at Queens Boulevard near 67th Street in Woodside.
    Date: July 28, 1940
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:13141
    Description: View looking east on Queens Boulevard, toward the railroad overpass near 73rd Street.
    Date: July 28, 1940
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:13270
    Description: View looking east on Queens Boulevard, toward the railroad overpass near 73rd Street.
    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: February 28, 1931
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:9578
    Description: Originally named Rockaway Junction, the Hillside station house is seen here after the 1930 track elevation. The station was constructed in 1911, and closed in 1966.
    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: November 27, 1916
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:9553
    Description: A view looking north at the 143rd Street overpass, apparently flooded and containing an elevated wooden walkway. The arch of the overpass bears the construction date "1911".
    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: November 27, 1916
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:9653
    Description: A view looking north along 150th Street from a point near 94th Avenue, showing a Long Island Rail Road overpass.
    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: November 27, 1916
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:9659
    Description: A view of a recently-completed railroad overpass near the Dunton Railroad Station, looking north.
    Authors: William J. Rugen
    Date: November 27, 1916
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:9567
    Description: A view looking north at the newly-completed overpass on Sutphin Boulevard in Jamaica. A sign on the pole at right, at the corner of 94th Avenue, reads "Trolley Station."