Age of Rail: Ithaca, NY, in 1921

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Age of Rail: Ithaca, NY, in 1921

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All over Ithaca, you can hear the blowing horns of freight trains, but head to the old station and all you get is a bank and a bus stop.

Painstakingly recreated from the Lehigh Valley, Delaware, Lackawanna & Western, and Central New York Southern timetables, see the train system that Cornell and Ithaca College had for generations and that students still long for today.

Add it to your dorm room wall next to that New York City Subway map, or show off your Ithaca pride with a trip through history.

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Passenger trains haven't been scheduled in Ithaca for over 60 years, but the sound of the freight train horns make students and the town dream of what might have been. In 1921, railroads were at their height in Ithaca. Fuel your dreams and show off your Ithaca pride with your own copy of Age of Rail: Ithaca. Prints are 29 inches by 20 inches.