I am really talking about actual trolleys. This area had a number of electric trolleys, even Greenwich. On April 8, 1900, the electric trolley began service between the village of Greenwich & Middle Falls. By June 17th the track was complete & service to Schuylerville was available. This also meant a person could ride to Stillwater & Mechanicville. In January 1901 the track to Fort Edward was complete.*
Oh, & those dry glass plates... There is a plate of the trolley. Along with other shots that seem to be of the construction of the trolley line.
|Trolley from Greenwich to Schuylerville c. 1900|
|building of bridge over the Dionondahowa Falls|
|Dionondahowa Falls- Battenkill River|
|Hudson Valley Railway car crossing the Battenkill|
* Nestle, David F. A History of the Hudson Valley Railway, Greenwich NY: David F. Nestle, 1967.