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Date: January 6, 1969
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:31164
Description: A passenger train runs on the Long Island Rail Road's Long Beach branch after the trestle was reopened. It had been closed for repairs after being hit by an oil barge.
Date: November, 1955
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:31438
Description: This aerial view, looking northwest from Hammels toward Broad Channel, shows the reconstruction of the Long Island Rail Road's Rockaway division trestle. The new Beach Channel swingbridge is at center ... More
Date: July 19, 1911
Type: black and white negative; black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:4145
Description: A view of the Long Island Rail Road crossing at Grafton Avenue (now 97th Avenue). A man sits outside a small track shed in front of a temporary trestle. A double track runs at grade level in front of ... More
Date: January 16, 1973
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:33175
Description: A sign on the Long Island Rail Road trestle over an unidentified street advertises the rail service.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: September 15, 1906
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:10341
Description: A view of a railroad trestle over the water on the Long Island Rail Road's Long Beach branch.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: September 15, 1906
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:10370
Description: A view of a railroad trestle over the water on the Long Island Rail Road's Long Beach branch, at what is now Island Park.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: September 15, 1906
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:10358
Description: A view of a railroad trestle over the water on the Long Island Rail Road's Long Beach branch, at what is now Island Park.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: September 15, 1906
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:10324
Description: A poor-quality cyanotype image of the railroad trestle over Wreck Lead channel.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: January 14, 1898
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15141
Description: The residents of Port Washington persuaded the Long Island Rail Road to extend the terminus of the North Side branch (now the Port Washington branch) to their hometown, requiring the construction of t ... More
Date: October 13, 1939
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:4050
Description: A view looking west along the north side of Atlantic Avenue from a point near 108th Street. A row of storefronts and several attached homes are at right. The Long Island Rail Road's grade-level tracks ... More
Date: October 13, 1939
Type: black and white negative; black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:4367
Description: A view looking east along the north side of Atlantic Avenue from a point near 96th Street. The trestle (seen at 99th Street with a train on it) holds the tracks of the Long Island Rail Road's Rockaway ... More
Date: October 13, 1939
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:4267
Description: A view looking east along the north side of Atlantic Avenue from 98th Street. The trestle (seen at 99th Street) holds the Long Island Rail Road's Rockaway Division Line, and at right can be seen part ... More
Date: October 13, 1939
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:4004
Description: A view looking west along the north side of Atlantic Avenue from the block between 110th Street and 102nd Street. The brick building at near right houses the New York & Queens Electric Light & Power C ... More
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: May 13, 1898
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:14940
Description: A view looking northwest at the construction of a high trestle across the Manhasset marshes. The residents of Port Washington persuaded the Long Island Rail Road to extend the terminus of the North Si ... More
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: May 10, 1898
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15101
Description: Safety harnesses were not commonly used in 1898, as evidenced in this view of workers building a railroad trestle over the Manhasset marshes. The residents of Port Washington persuaded the Long Island ... More
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