photo of The Williamsville Depot  photographed by Jman Photography
photo of The Williamsville Depot  photographed by Jman Photography
boxed version of The Williamsville Depot  photographed by Jman Photography
photo of The Williamsville Depot  photographed by Jman Photography

Williamsville Train Depot, Williamsville, New York

Regular price $ 18.99 $ 18.99

 About the restored Williamsville Train Depot in Williamsville, New York

The Williamsville Depot was built in November 1896 by the Depew & Tonawanda Railroad, a subsidiary of the Lehigh Valley Railroad. The D&T was set up as a spur line to connect to the New York Central's Peanut Line near Tonawanda. The line would allow travelers to bypass the congestion in Buffalo. The station was the only one on the line. It ended passenger service in the early 1950s.

 

  • Ready to Hang "
    • -8" x 10" size includes imprinted double mat plus imprinted frame and image. Image area approximately 5 3/4" x 7 3/4"
    • -11" x 14" size includes imprinted double mat with imprinted frame and image. Image area approximately 7 3/4" x 10 3/4"
    • -Mounted onto a 1/2" thick black polystyrene substrate.
    • -Includes a laminated coating to protect your image from dust, moisture and UV rays.
    • -Presented in protective window box (ready to wrap for gift giving).
    • -Just remove from box and hang on wall with 3M® command strip provided.
    • -No additional frame or glass required.
    • -No hardware, nails or tools needed.
  • Float Mount - Image is mounted on 1/8" polystyrene high-density rigid board and protected with our premium UV laminate. A 1/2" spacer is applied to the back and is hidden from view giving the image the appearance of floating off the wall. Available for prints sized 16x20 and up.
    • Includes 3M® command strips for hanging
    • No Hardware, nails or tools needed
  • All image sizes also available as print only
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Image details - Buffalo NY,Williamsville Train Depot


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