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Voorheesville 1
Voorheesville 1

Voorheesville Railroad Station was built in 1889 by two railroads: the Albany & Susquehanna and the Saratoga & Hudson River Railroads. The garden in the foreground was created by station agent, Franklin Vosburg. Photo c. 1910.

Voorheesville 2
Voorheesville 2

Tydol Station in Voorheesville, c. 1930, owned by Frank Smith, later Mac McCann and finally the Frohlich Family, until it closed in 1980. A Stewart's Shop is on the site currently.

New Scotland 6
New Scotland 6

This grand home on the corner of Route 85 and 85A in New Scotland was built in 1898. The King family purchased it in 1927 and it was sold by son Richard King in 1996. Because of the poor condition they had moved out of it in 1974. The house remained vacant until it was demolished in April 2003. The house had five bedrooms, a kitchen, dining room, parlor and reception room. The oval window is part of the NSHA collection.

Voorheesville 1
Voorheesville 1

Voorheesville Railroad Station was built in 1889 by two railroads: the Albany & Susquehanna and the Saratoga & Hudson River Railroads. The garden in the foreground was created by station agent, Franklin Vosburg. Photo c. 1910.

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If you are interested in more images of historic New Scotland, look for the book New Scotland Township, part of the "Images of America" Series. Many of the images from the slideshow and from this website can also be found in the book. You can purchase it at the museum, or order it from us by mail. Find more information on ordering it HERE.

Pictures from Past Events 

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