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Old Blue-Bell Tavern, Kingsbridge Road

Landscape : a road, on which a figure is walk ing, passes two cottages under trees on the left

View of the town and road of Fonchal, the capital of Madera.

Bay of Sierra Lione; View of the road in Sierra Lione Bay.

View of the road of the Isle of Goree; [Goods proper for importation.] chain for the foot; a collar of mortaudes; a horn; a spade; a makaton; a boatswain's whistle.

Island of Teneriffe; View of the town & road of Santa-Cruz.

A plan of the town and harbour of Boston and the country adjacent with the road from Boston to Concord

A view of Boston taken on the road to Dorchester.

A view of Boston taken on the road to Dorchester.

Landscape with two figures, one mounted, on a road between rocks and a house visible to the right

The Grange, Kingsbridge Road, N.Y., residence of Gen. Alex. Hamilton.

Pine Grove Mansion Point Road Built by Hugh Roberts 1743

View from Bushongo Tavern 5 miles from York Town on the Baltimore road.

A man and a woman resting by the side of a road

Road from Philadela. to New York seg. 2-3

Road from Philadela. to New York, seg. 4-5.

[Road from Philadela. to Washington, seg. 17-18.]

Road from Philadelphia to Washington.

[Road from Philadela. to New York, seg. 6-7.]

[Road from Philadelphia to New York, seg. 12-13.]

[Road from Philadelphia to New York, seg. 10-11.]

Road from Philadela. to Washington, seg. 19-20

[Road from Philadelphia to New York, seg. 14.]

Road from Philadela. to Washington, seg. 21-22.

Road from Philadelphia to Washington, seg. 16

[Road from Philadelphia to New York, seg. 8-9.]

[Road from Philada. to New York, seg. 15.]

Philadelphia and the commencement of the road to New York

Road over the Balkan Mountain

The Hall Moor Road near Higham

Stone breakers on the road.

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Contracts for building sections of the Cumberland Road under the act of February 14, 1815

Map of road to the Mountains of the Emeralds and Berenice on the Red Sea.

1. From the temple in Berenice [Baranis]; 2. Stations for the caravans? ; 3. Plan of the temple on the road to Berenice; 4. Greek fort... ; 5. Samaut; 6. Plan of the temple of Sakiet Minor; 7. Temple excavated in the rock in Sakiet Minor.

Scite of the Sakiet, in the Mountains of Emeralds, or Zobara, on the road to the Red Sea (Pl. 35) [top]; Scite of the ruins of Benerice Throglodytica, on the Red Sea (Pl. 34) [bottom].

Temple on the road to Berenice [Baranis] on the Red Sea.

North east view of the several halls of Harvard College. Taken from the Craigie Road.

Cato's house on the old Post Road, erected 1712 and kept as a public house by him 48 years

Somerindyke estate on Bloomingdale Road, near 75th St.; Interior of Somerindyke House, in which Louis Philippe (late king of the French) taught school

Burnham's Hotel, Bloomingdale Road, N.Y.

Part of the house in which Talleyrand lived Bloomingdale Road, near Hudson River & 75th St.

The Old Abbey Hotel on Bloomingdale Road (1847)

Road and Bridge over the Mohawk

Clendening Mansion betw. Bloomingdale Road & 8th Ave. 90th St.

Road and bridge over the Mohawk

Stone house, 152nd St. Kingsbridge Road during the Revolution

Rail road march. For the Fourth of July.

[Somerindyke House, Bloomingdale Road]

Freestone Culvert on the National Road 21 miles west of Zanesville O.

Village of Fishkill N. York form the old stone bridge on the Albany Road.

Cleveland, Ohio, from the Buffalo Road, east of the court house.

Map of 995 lots of the Rapelje propy. on the Brooklyn & Jamaica Rail Road & Turnpike

Survey of the several routes for a rail road from Ogdensburgh to Lake Champlain : made in pursuance of an act of the State of New York, passed May 14th, 1840

Summer. A road accident. A glimpse thro' an opening of the primitive forest, Thornville, Ohio.

Map shewing the rail roads between Lake Erie, New York & Boston : intended to illustrate the importance of the N. York & Erie Rail Road

Route of the Albany & West Stockbridge Rail Road, 1842.

Jerusalem from the road leading to Bethany

Map of the Vermont Central Rail Road and its connections from Smith's map of the United States.

A map prepared for the report of the New York & Erie R.R. Co., 1844, exhibiting the line of the N.Y. & E. R. Road : & the present state of the work, together with the area of the country tributary to the railroad and the population thereof.

Old mansion house, Gowanus Road.

Map of the Hudson River Rail Road from New York to Albany

Map of the Hudson River Rail Road from New York to Albany

Map of the Hudson River Rail Road from New York to Albany

Map of the Hudson River Rail Road from New York to Albany

Map of the Hudson River Rail Road from New York to Albany

Map of the Hudson River Rail Road from New York to Albany

Post Office. Above, eagle, etc. To the left, above: High Bridge; below : Odd Fellow's Hall. To the right, above: Harlem Rail Road ; below: Gothic Hall. Decorative border. Underneath, left: No. 3

Map of the Lakeland farms, near the villages of Lakeland and Hermanville, on the Long Island Rail Road.

Steel Chapel. Felicity Road New Orleans.

Map showing a part of Brooklyn, with pencil notation: "This shows the Glen Dale & East River & Coney Island Rail Road as filed in the County Clerk's Office . . ."

View of Aspinwall [Colón], New Grenada [Panama]. From the lighthouse, the eastern terminus of the Panama Rail Road.

Hudson River Rail road.

Lake terminus of the Shell Road from the pier of the Jefferson and Pontrachain Railroad.

Hudson River Rail road.

[Roadway, cable road, and promenade, Brooklyn Bridge, New York, N.Y.]

[Roadway, cable road, and promenade, Brooklyn Bridge, New York, N.Y.]

Elevated rail road, New York.

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