Oneonta was once one of the busiest railroad towns in Upstate New York. Several train lines ran through the city, and a pair of elaborate depots welcomed incoming and outgoing visitors from near and far. The rail yard was the largest major employer in the city; many of the workers were immigrants. The D&H railroad workhouse could claim to be "the world's largest roundhouse," where efforts to repair trains went on around the clock.
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