Patchogue, N.Y. - Transportation

1699 Trolley Picture - South Ocean Ave.
Type: Photograph

A sepia tinted photograph, taken on November 13, 1907, of Suffolk Traction Company workers laying trolley tracks on upper South Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y.

History Of Patchogue
Type: Book

A history of Patchogue, N.Y., written in 1925 by Dr. H. Wellington Gordon, then the recently retired first Superintendent of Schools (UFSD #24, Patchogue, N.Y.), and then Patchogue Village Historian.

Main Street Showing Trolley, Patchogue, L.I.
Type: Photograph

A black and white photograph of a trolley on West Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y., with the Swezey & Newins Co. building visible on the right side.

The Bay [?] From Ocean [Avenue?] [?] Patchogue [?]
Type: Photograph

A black and white photograph of Patchogue Bay, seen from South Ocean Avenue (?), Patchogue, N.Y., with a Suffolk Traction Company trolley visible on the left.

The Holtsville Trolley, Patchogue, L.I.
Type: Postcard

A sepia toned photograph of the "Holtsville Trolley", approximately 1918, facing north, between McBride's Drug Store, on the right, and Swezey And Newins, on the left.

Trolley At Foot Of South Ocean Avenue
Type: Photograph

A black and white photograph, taken between 1911 and 1919, of a Suffolk Traction Company trolley, with the Mascot Hotel in the background, on South Ocean Avenue in Patchogue, N.Y.

West Main Street, Patchogue, about 1895
Type: Photograph

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in about 1895 and showing, from the northeast, West Main Street in Patchogue, N.Y.

Prominent is the John Roe Smith Block (with, on the west side, the Patchogue Bank Building, with the headquarters of the Grand Army of the Republic above), and a sign directing travelers to the stables of the Central Hotel.

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