344 Route 47. OSWEGO. From New York

ston (p. 195). We now skirt the S.W. side of the Catskills (p. 202)

and begin to ascend the Delaware Mts. 103 M. Mountain Dale

(960 ft.; Park Ho., from $2). — 120 M. Liberty (1580 ft.; Ye Lan¬

cashire Inn, from $ 3; Wawonda, Buckley, MansionHo.,Piney Woods

Inn, $2-3), a summer and winter health-resort, with the well-

known Loomis Sanitarium, for cases of incipient consumption. It is

a good centre for excursions. — At Young's Gap (1800 ft.) we reach

the highest point of the line and begin to descend. 125 M. Parks-

ville (1680 ft.); 137 M. Rockland (1285 ft); 142 M. Cook's Falls

(1185 ft.), on the Beaverkill. From (162 M.) Cadosia (1000 ft.)

a branch-line runs to (54 M.) Scranton (p. 244). 159 M. Apex

(1460 ft.). 1801/2 M. Walton (1220 ft.), for a branch to (17 M.) Delhi.

Farther on the line crosses the watershed between the Delaware and

the Susquehanna. 191 M. Franklin (1200 ft.), amid the N.W. foot¬

hills of the Catskills; 199 M. South Unadilla (1300 ft.), tbe station

for (11/2 M.) Unadilla (p. 202). At (202 M.) Sidney (1000 ft.), on

the Susquehanna, we intersect the Del. & Hudson line from Albany

to Binghamton (see p. 244). 205 M. Neiv Berlin Junction, for lines

to Edmeston, Utica (p. 233), and other points ; 245 M. Randallsville,

junction of a branch-line to (32 M.) Ltica (p. 233). At (266 M.)

Castle we intersect the West Shore R. R. (comp. p. 242). Beyond

(267y2 M.) Oneida (p. 234) we skirt the N. shore of Lake Oneida.

276 M. Sylvan Beach (Hot. St. Charles, from $ 2i/2). At (298 M.)

Central Square we cross the R. W. & O. It.R. (see below).

325 M. Oswego {Hotel Deep Rock, $ 2-3) is a busy flour-making

city and port, with 22,200 inhab., on Lake Ontario (p. 339).

We now pass on to the Rome, Watertown, & Ogdensburg R. R.,

which skirts the S. shore of Lake Ontario. 363 M. Wallington;

393 M. Windsor Beach. From (394 M.) Charlotte a branch-line runs

to (7 M.) Rochester (p. 238). 415 M. Morton; 471 M. Lewiston. —

476 M. Suspension Bridge (p. 243). Hence to (978 M.) Chicago

(Dearborn Station), see R. 47b.

f. Via Salamanca and Marion.

998 M. Erie Railroad in 25-32 hrs. (fare $ 18, sleeper $ 5). The solid

through-train leaves New York at 2 p.m.

From New York to (332M.) Hornellsville (1160 ft.), see R. 28 d.

Our line here diverges to the left from the line to Buffalo (p. 247).

359 M. Wellsville (1525 ft.). At (384 M.) Cuba (1700 ft.) we pass the

culminating point of the route and begin to descend. From (396 M.)

Olean (1440 ft.) to Buffalo, see p. 285. 408 M. Carrollton.

414 M. Salamanca (1385 ft.; Keating, Dudley, $2), with 4250

inhab., is the junction of a line to (43 M.) Dunkirk (p. 330). Central

time here becomes the standard. — 447 M. Jamestown (1320 ft.;

Sherman Ho., Humphrey Ho., $2-4), a city of 22,892 inhab., near

the S. outlet of Lake Chautauqua (p. 345), and (453 M.) Lakewood

{Kent, $4), at tbe S. end of the lake, are frequented as summer-resorts.

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