As these technologies found their way to the United States the first examples appeared in the 1880's; in 1880 Thomas Edison tested an experimental electric locomotive, powered by a dynamo, which was operated on a stretch of track in Menlo Park, New Jersey. George Hilton and John Due's authoritative piece, "," points out the birth of the true American interurban began when Frank Sprague developed an electric motorcar in 1886 for the New York Elevated Railway whereby the motor(s) were situated between the axle, along with a trolley pole and multiple-unit control stand.
This gave way to the typical streetcar which became such a common sight throughout America.
Write it down, and it will happen, so says law of attraction and law of success.
Have you ever found a set of goals that you wrote some years ago and found that some or many have happened?
A lot is happening behind the scenes when we write something down. Usually as we write about our intent, we detail it, and perhaps imagine what our goal may look or feel like to us when it has happened. According to Henriette Anne Klauser, Writing down your dreams and aspirations is like hanging up a sign that says, “Open for Business.” Or, as my friend Elaine puts it, by writing it down, you declare yourself in the game.
Putting it on paper alerts the part of your brain known as the reticular activating system to join you in the play.” You start subconsciously filtering what you see, hear and experience alerting yourself to anything related to what you wrote about.
It is home to what the National Parks Service called "the highest concentration of historic period homes in the country," with over 40 homes over 200 years old.
It is the first Historic District established in New York.
The Stockade Historic District is the oldest residential neighborhood in the country.
Large building with a great view of the Historic Stockade Area and Mohawk River.
Brick mid rise apartment complex located in the most sought after area of Schenectady.
A neighborhood of private homes, apartments and professional offices, the Stockade is the historic center of Schenectady.
Restored in the 1950' s and 60' s, the Stockade was recognized as New York State' s first historic district.