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Alfred Station


Beginnings [1]

Settled in 1807 by Seventh Day Baptists who also settled Alfred Village about the same time. Early records of the development of the two settlements are often confusing, as many settlers of Alfred owned and/or operated residential and/or commercial properties in both communities. Alfred Station never achieved the prominence and prosperity that Alfred did, even though it was located on the Erie Railroad line (completed in 1851) and the state road from Hornell to points south. Alfred Station survived primarily as a shipping point for dairy products and farm produce in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

  1. National Register nomination document, 1985, prepared by Nancy Todd, New York State Division for Historic Preservation, Alfred Village Historic District, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places, Washington, D.C.

Alfred Station Map

Street Names
Route 21 • Shaw Road

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