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Chautauqua Main Gate 2
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The Main Gate at Chautauqua Institution was originally built as a train station on the Chautauqua Traction Line, which provided rail service to Chautauqua from Westfield, NY, and/or Jamestown, NY.  Service began in July, 1904, and ended sometime around 1926.  Several years ago, a year-round enclosed space was created as part of a major renovation of the building.  My thanks to Rich for his help.

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