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Irene: Schoharie rail exhibit gets a boost from grant

Flood-damaged museum aims for May reopening

Schoharie Colonial Heritage Association member Bob Price describes flood damage sustained by an old railway car that is one of few remaining elements of the defunct Schoharie Valley Railroad.
Schoharie Colonial Heritage Association member Bob Price describes flood damage sustained by an old railway car that is one of few remaining elements of the defunct Schoharie Valley Railroad.
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Woodwork adorning the side interior of the historic Middleburgh & Schoharie Railway passenger car survived extensive damage when floodwater last August inundated the Schoharie Valley Railroad museum complex in the village. But the floor is buckled in the car that was once part of the defunct railway that served the valley in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The car was one of eight different structures and rail cars that sat within the reach of ...

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stonefort
April 13, 2012
10:35 a.m.

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Congratulations to our friends at the Schoharie Valley Railroad Museum and Fort Johnson from the Schoharie County Historical Society!

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