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Christianna Creek
Depicts a through truss bridge spanning Christiana Creek. Three men stand on the bridge, and several sit in the hand cart nearby.

Church Creek
Depicts a pony plate girder bridge spanning Church Creek in Maryland.

Cobbs Creek
Depicts a through truss bridge spanning Cobbs Creek.

Collingdale Station
Depicts the small, brick station, located on the west side of Clifton Avenue. For views of similar station designs, see Ridley Station (P.9945.99); Boone Station (P.9945.108); and Sixtieth Street Station (P.9945.116).

Cowenton Station
Depicts a small brick railroad station, with decorative dormers protruding from the hipped roof. To see an identical design, see Aberdeen Station [P.9945.28].

Crum Creek
Depicts a through truss bridge spanning Crum Creek.

Curtis Mill Road and P and D. R.R.
Depicts a railroad bridge with both a deck plate girder and through truss design.

Dairy Farm Road
Depicts a deck plate girder bridge spanning Dairy Farm Road.

Darby Creek Bridge
Depicts a tall, deck plate girder bridge spanning Darby Creek.

Darby Station
Depicts a Queen Anne-style station. For views of similar station designs, see Carrcroft Station (P.9945.78) and Folsom Station (P.9945.100).

Darby Tunnel
Depicts the Baltimore & Ohio railroad tracks descending into a stone arch tunnel under a roadway.

Delaware Avenue Bridge, Wilmington
View from Delaware Avenue showing the pony plate girder bridge near the train station.

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.

Depot 24th and Chestnut St., Philadelphia.
Exterior view looking at the north and east elevations of the Philadelphia terminal of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad at the southwest corner of 24th and Chestnut streets. Frank Furness designed the station. Built between 1886 and 1888., Part of an album containing photographs of railroad bridges and stations along the B&O Railroad's Philadelphia Division taken on a trip made by a small group of B&O Railroad employees, under the supervision of Division Engineer Maintenance-of-Way William A. Pratt, who surveyed the line in March 1891., Reproduced in The Print and Photograph Department of the Library Company of Philadelphia's Center City Philadelphia in the 19th century (Portsmouth, N.H.: Arcadia Publishing, 2006), p. 76., Arcadia caption text: Philadelphia architect Frank Furness designed three railroad stations for the Baltimore & Ohio (B & O) Railroad including the Philadelphia depot constructed between 1886 and 1888 at the southeast corner of Twenty-fourth and Chestnut streets. The Schuylkill East Side Railroad, a line chartered by the B & O with the Reading Railroad, ran south from Fairmount along the east side of the Schuylkill River, connected with the new terminal, and continued south to Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Both railroad companies wanted to compete with the Pennsylvania Railroad's profitable line to the Capital. This photograph was part of an 1891 photographic survey of the B & O Railroad's bridges and stations between Baltimore and Philadelphia., LCP AR [Annual Report] 2001, pg. 58-9.

East Approach of Gray's Ferry Tunnel, Phila.
View looking west at the east approach of the Grays Ferry Avenue tunnel, which runs under the intersection of Grays Ferry Avenue and South 34th Street.

East Approach of Park Tunnel Looking East, Phila.
View of the east approach of Park Tunnel, looking east from the pedestrian bridge spanning the tracks near the City Park Hotel.

East Approach of Park Tunnel Looking West, Phila.
View of the east approach of Park Tunnel, looking west. Two men stand near the tracks. A "Red Line" railroad car is visible in the distance, along with the City Park Hotel and a pedestrian bridge spanning the tracks.

East Branch, Naaman's Creek
Depicts two stone culverts under the tracks.

Eastern Ave. Bridge
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad tracks are elevated above Eastern Avenue in the Canton neighborhood of Baltimore. A man stands next to a horse-drawn cart on the dirt road under the pony plate girder bridge. Railroad cars and businesses are visible in the distance.

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