Unadilla Valley Railway

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The Unadilla Valley Railway was a shortline railroad company that operated in the Unadilla Valley of upstate New York from its opening in 1895 to its abandonment in 1960. Originally only running between New Berlin and Bridgewater, the railroad later purchased the New Berlin Branch from the New York, Ontario, and Western Railroad in 1941, doubling its trackage. The railroad purchased its first diesel locomotive from General Electric in 1947, but continued running steam locomotives until 1956.

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  1. ^ Pugh, Fred (1997). Days Along the Buckwheat and Dandelion: The Unadilla Valley Railway. Brookfield, New York: Worden Press. p. 142. ISBN 0-914821-04-0.