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Delaware Avenue Station, Wilmington
Depicts the Queen Anne-style train station at Dupont and Delaware Avenues, constructed in 1886 after designs by Furness, Evans & Co. A group of men and boys stand under the lantern-lined arcade covering the train platform. An identical arcade runs the length of the platform on the opposite side of the tracks. The Logan House sits behind the train station in the image, named after the Civil War hero, General John Logan. A through truss bridge is visible in the distance.

Delaware Avenue Station, Wilmington
View from the street showing the Queen Anne-style train station at Dupont and Delaware Avenues, constructed in 1886 after designs by Furness, Evans & Co. Includes a partial view of the pony plate girder bridge spanning Delaware Avenue.

Market Street Depot
Depicts the Wilmington station at Water and Market Streets constructed in 1886 after designs by Furness, Evans & Co. Warehouses and other industrial buildings at the Market Street Wharf are visible in the background.

Newark Station
Depicts the railroad station constructed in 1886 after designs by Furness, Evans & Co. A horse is harnessed to a carriage and stands close to the platform nearby. Small, brick homes are visible behind the station.