A collection of 41 Boston and Main Railroad photos taken in 1966 and 1967, with detailed location notes written on the backs of the photos, and stamped with the date and year taken. Photographer unknown. Generally taken in the areas of Troy and Lansingburg, New York on the Troy Branch of the railroad. The passenger train traveling from Boston to Troy, NY was named The Minuteman. The dates of operation for the B&M Railroad were 1836-1983.
An example of the detail of the notes on the back of one photo reads: "Boston and Main Rail Road, Troy Brach, East Bound, Note old sign foundation on lower right. For east bound trains (stamped Apr 4 1967)". Some notes also detail the tracks to left and right in the photos for the Delaware and Hudson Railroad i.e. "D&H track on left North bound" and "B&M track on right East bound". Notes also include info on marker numbers, locations of former stations, abandoned highway crossings, etc. Item #1246.
Condition: Near Fine, slight curve to the photos; now housed in individual sleeves.