Photos, postcards,…

Postcard and other images of Dansville:

Power Specialty Company, (Cumminsville) Route 36 in (Later became Foster Wheeler Energy Corp.)

St. Jacob’s Lutheran Church, Main Street, Built in 1826

Dansville Area Historical Society

Shepard Memorial Library, Main Street

Liberty Street (looking east from Main Street)








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POSTPONED – Dansville Area Historical Society announces March program on DL&W


DL&W by Tom Roffe Mar 27 2014 - postponed - 

            The Dansville Area Historical Society will sponsor a community program Thursday, March 27 at 7 p.m. in the North Dansville Town Hall auditorium. The program will be on the history of the DL&W Railroad, which ran along Dansville’s East Hill, where it had a depot.

The DL&W was completed to Dansville in 1882.  The line that ran both freight and passenger trains, ran along picturesque East hill and continued to Mount Morris.

The program will be presented by Leicester town historian Tom Roffe, who himself worked for Amtrak for five years, and then left to work at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. before becoming a town historian. Roffe’s roughly hour-long Power Point program will cover the period from the 1870s to the 1960s. Roffe will discuss the railroad’s influence in York, Leicester, Mt. Morris, Groveland, and Dansville; and will include the railroad’s relation to the “Castle on the Hill” and the Phoebe Snow era.

The program is free and open to the public. Donations will be greatly appreciated.

Click here to see more posts about the DL&W in Dansville.

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