An important car on all freight trains during the early years of railroading was the "box car". These cars were used to carry any type of freight, either in cartons or in bulk. Today, most box cars have been replaced by trailer containers on flat . . . — — Map (db m86669) HM
This wooden side door caboose was acquired by the Arcade & Attica from the Susquehanna & New York Railroad. It was one of only three cabooses the railroad ever owned. It served as the conductor's office on trains until the mid 1960's. The side . . . — — Map (db m86673) HM
This engine was built by the General Electric Co. of Pennsylvania in 1941. It weighs 44 tons and produces 380 HP with 2 diesel engines. #110 was the first new piece of equipment ever purchased by the Arcade & Attica. It replaced the last steam . . . — — Map (db m86663) HM
Organized July 24, 1813 by the Rev. John Spencer.
The first institution in Arcade, then called China.
First church building on this site, erected 1833-34.
Meeting place of first school of higher education 1839.
State Convention of Western . . . — — Map (db m176746) HM