Tole Painted Tin Tray - Albany to Schenectady Steam Engine Train

4999 Vintage Tin Tray - Hand Painted Steam Engine-Up view on hutch-3080 x 2265.jpg

In 1831, the first working steam locomotive built to travel in New York state took its first trip from Albany to Schenectady. Named the DeWitt Clinton, after the late governor of New York, it pulled three cars with passengers on the sixteen mile run for the Mohawk & Hudson Rail Road Company.