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LIRR Rapid Transit Engine No. 203

Collection: This image is from the Hal B. Fullerton Photographs and is depicted in a glass plate negative, interpositive, print and digital image.; Image is part of the Hal B. Fullerton Photographs
Date: 1898 Material: plate glass; safety film; gelatin silver prints Dimension: 5 x 7 inches (glass plate negative); 4 x 5 inches (interpositive); 8 x 10 inches (print); 5 x 7 inches (print mounted on 8 x 10 card board); 400 ppi (digital image)
Creator: Hal B. Fullerton Identifier: aql:3517 hbf-009910 hbf-009910.tif

Description: Front view of Long Island Rail Road Company rapid transit engine no. 203 at South Portland Street crossing at Atlantic Avenue, November 1898.

Collection : aql:3185; vital:1

Creator : Hal B. Fullerton

Date : 1898

Summary/Description : Front view of Long Island Rail Road Company rapid transit engine no. 203 at South Portland Street crossing at Atlantic Avenue, November 1898.

Subject : Steam locomotives; Street-railroads; Long Island Rail Road

Rights : Public domain

Coverage : South Portland Street and Atlantic Avenue, now South Portland Avenue and Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.)

Type : glass plate negative; interpositive; black and white print; digital image

Format : plate glass; safety film; gelatin silver prints; 5 x 7 inches (glass plate negative); 4 x 5 inches (interpositive); 8 x 10 inches (print); 5 x 7 inches (print mounted on 8 x 10 card board); 400 ppi (digital image)

Identifier : aql:3517 hbf-009910 hbf-009910.tif

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Subject:
Steam locomotives; Street-railroads; Long Island Rail Road
Rights Notice
Public domain


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