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Auburn and Syracuse Railroad was incorporated on May 1, 1834 to
provide easy access to and from Syracuse, New York and the Erie
Canal. Construction was begun in 1835, however, was delayed during
the Panic of 1837. Although the economic downturn lingered until
1843, the railroad was completed by January 1838. In August 1850,
the Auburn and Syracuse Railroad joined the Auburn and Rochester
Railroad to form the Rochester and Syracuse Railroad which later
merged with the New York Central Railroad.
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