Elevated Railroad and Bowery, New York.
[Fire at an elevated railroad station.]
[Elevated railroad station.]
[Elevated railroad tracks.]
[Elevated train platform.]
[Shadows cast by El after removal of rails and ties.]
["El," New York City.]
[Group of men by elevated train tracks.]
[Two views of the elevated trains.]
Under the Elevated Train.
The Bowery, New York
The Bowery, New York.
The Bowery, showing Elevated Road, New York.
Published by I. H. Blanchard Co.
Manhattan Elevated Railway on Sixth Avenue, New York, N.Y. U.S.A
Peddler under the "L"
[14th Street Metropolitan Elevated Railroad station]
Sixth Avenue, Near 34th Street
Pattern, Skyscraper & Elevated
Brooklyn Union Elevated Railroad Company Ticket
Valid for one 5 cent fare at any elevated station or on lines of companies named on back of ticket.
The New York Elevated Railroad Company
Good for one ten cent fare.
Report of Captain Douglas Galton, Royal Engineer, C.B., F.R.S., on the New York Elevated Rail Road
Dated 12 Chester Street, Grosvenor Gate, London, May 23, 1877.
Hanover Square [Gansevoort Street to Irving Place]
#1 Hanover Square. Formerly the N.Y. Cotton Exchange | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Unidentified railroad tracks.
Image from Transit System Survey.
[The elevated railroad at 110th Street.]
[Charles T. Harvey, first experimental elevated railroad.]
[First elevated railroad.]
[Mayor McClellan on informal inspection of the subway.]
[9th Ave El - Harlem Express.]
[Removal of section of handrail of the Third Avenue El.]
[Third Avenue El.]
[Horse-drawn carriage under the El Train.]
[Northbound train passing Cooper Square.]
[Dummy engine, "Kingsbridge".]
[Group of men at an elevated train station.]
[Group of men on the elevated train tracks.]
[Steam locomotive, "Centennial", built in 1876.]
[The evolution of cars used on the first elevated railroads in New York City.]
[The evolution of steam locomotives used on the first elevated railroads in New York City.]
[Cars outside an elevated railroad station.]
[First trip on the El.]
[Group of men at an elevated railroad station.]
[Group of men on elevated train tracks.]
[Second Avenue "El".]
[Second Avenue "El", Cooper Square.]
[L near Coenties.]
[9th Avenue El.]