DAV GALLERY
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DAV&P train at Cassadaga, NY. Courtesy of the Historical Society of Dunkirk, New York.
DAV&P Station at Gerry, NY. Courtesy of the Historical Society of Dunkirk, New York.
DAV&P Roundhouse in Dunkirk. Courtesy of the Historical Society of Dunkirk, New York.
Another view of the DAV&P Roundhouse in Dunkirk. Courtesy of the Historical Society of Dunkirk, New York.
NYC&HR 1855. She was on the DAV&P roster in September 1907. Built by Schenectady in 1885. Picture taken Geneva, NY, April 1905. Photo courtesy of Harold K. Vollrath.
DAV&P locomotive # 2195. From archives of Historical Society of Dunkirk, New York. Photo courtesy of Charles D. Kepple. DAV&P passenger train at Dunkirk Depot (Erie Hotel). date 1919. Personnel:  Charles Schulenberg, fireman; Charles Peter Kepple, engineer; Charles David Kepple (age 3).
DAV&P Northbound at “Fort Hill”, Fredonia, New York. From the archives of the Historical Society of Dunkirk, New York. Locomotive believed to be one of the Warren & Venango engines, 1 – 5 which became DAV&P 6 – 10. Built by Brooks, 1872.
DAV&P train northbound at Falconer, New York, August 21, 1949. Engineer, Bobby Gardner; Conductor, Ollie Johnson; Brakeman, Eddie Hall. From the archives of the Historical Society of Dunkirk, New York.
DAV&P train Warren – Dunkirk. May 23, 1949. Personnel left to right: Schmatz, Erickson, Bartkowiak, John Dickinson, McFarland, Cook. From the archives of the Historical Society of Dunkirk, New York.
Builders photo of Lake Shore and Michigan Southern # 756, Brooks Locomotive Works Order B-800, Completed June 1901. This picture shows the original appearance of the DAV&P G43 locomotives used by that line. From the archives of the Historical Society of Dunkirk, New York. 

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