The Southern New York Railway
Connection: Delaware & Hudson RailroadUlster & Delaware Railroad - NYC
Mohawk - Jordanville abandoned July 19, 1933
Index - Cooperstowndiscontinued Sept. 16, 1940, abandoned March, 1941
West Oneonta - Jordanville discontinued Sept. 16, 1940, abandoned March, 1941
Oneonta - West Oneonta (steam, later diesel) abandoned 1971
Oneonta streetcar lines abandoned December, 1931
The Leatherstocking Route by David F. Nestle, 1959;
New York State Dept. of Transportation records.
A special thanks goes to Richard Palmer. He has provided all the informationthat went into
the creation of this page, and numerous other pages at Railroad.net.
Ex General Electric Pittsfield , MA plant # 6; Then
Undadilla Valley # 300, 1954; next WAG # 300, 1955; Returned to Unadilla Valley,
1956; Transferred to Southern NY railway, 1957 Transferred back to WAG, 1969 .
From Extra 200 South, Issue 90: Salzberg
Roster, Southern NY Number 5- GE 40 ton, B/N 8742, built 9/22, ex GE Pittsfield MA plant # 5,
acquired 5/1955, scarpped at Galeton PA late 1969 or early 1990.
Number 300 GE 50 ton, b/n 11767, built 5/1936, ex GE Pittsfield
MA plant # 6, 1 st on WAG, next Unadilla Valley 9/1957
Info Compiled By John Stewart
Number 123- 0-6-0 Built 1920 by
Baldwin.Purchased from Proctor and Gamble in 1946, scrapped 1950
Number 1- Built by Climax in 1927, purchased from Barclay
Chemical in 1942
Info From "The Leatherstocking Route", 1959 by
David F. Nestle
Southern New York Railway Branch Mileage Table
Note: (Originally Oneonta, Cooperstown & Richfield Springs -
West Oneonta 1.63
Check out the passenger operation of the Oneonta Cooperstown and Richfield Springs.
More Photos To Come!