I just discovered this glass negative in a box that belonged to my father-in-law. Some of the other glass negatives scanned better than this one did, but it's still nice to have a close up like this. The sign on the front of this car says The Depots. To see the previous Streetcar Sunday post for Binghamton, click here.
Here are a few more glass negative scans from the same box. The first one is a train wreck on the Delaware and Hudson line, but I'm not sure where or when. Was it near Binghamton?
The third negative shows a train depot somewhere, likely in upstate New York, but again I'm not sure where. There are numerous No Smoking signs and a sign that seems to indicate the door to a women's restroom. There's also a funny chalkboard sign near the clock that specifies how slow or fast the clock is, but nowhere is there a sign that tells us where we are. There is a dog ( a boxer?) sitting on one of the benches on the left, potted plants, and radiators in the middle of the room to warm the space.
Here's a closer view of the dog, the clock, and the door.