- #4 On left side of frame FJ&G corrugated engine shed, built mid '70's
#6 In foreground site of FJ&G turntable.
#8 In foreground foundation of NYC tool and line shed.
#9 Colonial Restaurant (Porky's) My parents took us to dinner here
on Sundays. We always sat by that window so I could watch the trains
#10 Mkt site of depot
#15 Lot site of REA office
#19-22 Rear of Agway Farm and Feed store. I have many pix of this from
#24-26 Mohawk Valley Democrat. Built model of this 20 yrs ago.
#26 Empty lot is where adjoining building stood until 1980??
#32 Parking lot is site of NYC freighthouse. Burned about 1950???
- With the help of Aaron and Saul, I have changed the file names and
descriptions to something more appropriate for the 34 photos of Fonda.
I also added a detailed map of Fonda, made up from 10 maps from the
USG. The map covers all of Fonda to just north of High Bridge.
I saved another 30 maps to put together the line to Gloversville, not
sure if I'll pursue this. The only things in Gloversville that are on
the map are the mainline, one siding and the "Station". The maps are
dated 1989, go figure!
Thanks again for the help with the photos Aaron and Saul, hard to get
the information from the Great White North!
- Hi Glenn,
Thanks so much for the excellent information, living up here (Canada) makes it very hard to
learn about the area the FJ&G served. May not be modeling the FJ&G, but always like to
hear about the little road.
Glenn Williams wrote:
> Here's some more information on the Fonda pictures posted in the
> Files section. Most of the references to owners or occupants are
> from the '50s and '60s. By the way, 2000 was the 150th anniversary
> of Fonda's founding.