- The home was operated as a restaurant by Frank J. Izzo in the early sixties. I don't know
who actually owned it. When I was a kid in the late forties most of the gardens
and trails on the property could still be seen and walked over, although it was
totally overgrown and abandoned. The house had such a bad end, what a shame. It's
achitectural style matched the depot, to a degree, and also the old golf course
clubhouse and proshop, which I assume are long gone. If the house was owned by
the railroad it's specs were probably included in the 1928 Survey in the volume
which included Sacandaga Park.
I'll put up some more ICC photos, without the frames which will save me some
set up time. I'll take down the contact sheets which are hard to see and take
up a lot of space.