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Seventieth Street Station
Depicts a through truss bridge spanning a dirt road. Wide wooden stairs lead from the tracks to the road, which is most likely South 70th Street, not far from Cobbs Creek Parkway.

Shaw and Esir's Run
Depicts a large, single stone culvert under the railroad tracks.

Shellpot Creek
Depicts a deck plate girder bridge spanning Shellpot Creek in New Castle County.

Ship Creek
Depicts Ship Creek flowing through a large, single stone culvert.

Shipley Road
Depicts a deck plate girder bridge spanning Shipley Road in Bellefonte, Delaware, just outside of Wilmington. Six men stand on the tracks near the bridge.

Shores Run
Depicts a single stone culvert spanning Shores Run.

Silverbrook
Depicts a deck plate girder bridge spanning a small stream.

Singerly Station
Depicts a brick, shingled Queen Anne style station. For views of similar stations, see Van Bibber Station (P.9945.18); Havre de Grace Station (P.9945.31); and Whitaker Station (P.9945.37).

Sixtieth Street Station
Depicts a small, Queen Anne-style station elevated above the tracks at 60th Street. For views of similar station designs, see Ridley Station (P.9945.99); Collingdale Station (P.9945.106); and Boone Station (P.9945.108).

Stemmer's Run
Depicts a through truss bridge spanning Stemmer's Run. Men sit and stand on the bridge. A few men sit in the hand cart on the tracks nearby.

Stepney Station
View of a two-story railroad station. Four women, a man, and a child stand on the platform near the railroad tracks. For views of similar station designs see Carpenter Station (P.9945.81); Twin Oaks Station (P.9945.86); Holmes Station (P.9945.104); and Llanwellyn Station (P.9945.104).

Stony Creek
Depicts a large stone culvert under the B & O Railroad tracks.

Susquehanna River
Depicts the timber Howe truss bridge spanning the Susquehanna River between Havre de Grace and Perryville, Maryland. The bridge was 6,000 feet in length and was comprised of twelve 250 foot spans with a through truss at the center, and rose 94 feet above mean low tide. This bridge was replaced in 1908.

Swan Creek
Depicts a through truss bridge spanning Swan Creek. Several men stand on top of the truss and on the railroad tracks.

Taylor's Road
Depicts a through truss railroad bridge high above the tracks. A locomotive is travelling under the bridge toward the photographer.

Telegraph Road
Depicts a girder bridge spanning Telegraph Road. Several men stand in the hand cart on the tracks. Two men lean against the side rail.

Twin Oaks Station
For views of similar designs, see Stepney Station (P.9945.26); Carpenter Station (P.9945.81); Holmes Station (P.9945.104); and Llanwellyn Station (P.9945.104).

Upland Station
Depicts a small, one room station. For views of similar station designs, see Harford Station (P.9945.21); Aiken Station (P.9945.35); and Baldwin Station (P.9945.51).

Van Bibber Station
Depicts a brick, heavily shingled railroad station. Several men and a child stand on the platform outside of the station building. For views of similar designs see Havre de Grace Station (P.9945.31); Whitaker Station (P.9945.37) and Singerly Station (P.9945.50).

Van Bibber Water Station
Depicts a small brick building next to two water tanks adjacent to the railroad tracks. Three men and a child stand nearby.

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