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Roberson Museum & Science Center Roberson Museum & Science Center Binghamton, New York
The Roberson Museum and Science Center in Binghamton, New York offers the community and visitors a unique experience in history, art and science education in a magnificent setting, the Roberson mansion, along with a visitor's center that offers visitors a small introduction into the historic areas and important contributions its companies made to the development of the industrial age of America. The visitor center contains the Susquehanna Heritage Area exhibits that highlight the Heritage gallery, a 50 seat theater, interactive computers and a changing gallery. The gallery considers the many exploits and contributions of the Susquehanna heritage area in regards to its social, cultural and architectural aspects that pertain to the community. Their gift shop offers gifts for all people, with an outstanding display of books, decorative cards, toys, artworks from local artists, jewelry and Christmas ornaments. It also contains canvas bags, pottery, clothing and more with high quality items and low prices. The Roberson Memorial, Inc. was started with the will of Alonzo Roberson, to create an educational center for the entire community in 1934, and was called the Roberson Memorial Center. It opened in 1954, inside the beautiful Roberson mansion, so the Binghamton Museum of Fine Arts moved all its collections there to augment the outstanding collections already located there. In 1966, an addition was constructed that added more galleries, office, the Link Planetarium and a theater. In 1984, the A. Ward Ford wing would be added that contains modern vaults, the Decker Life Science Center and a collections preparation space. The mansion's carriage house would be transformed in 1996, becoming a multipurpose educational center, as well as adding the Clayworks, a modern pottery studio. At the same time, the New York State Heritage Area Visitor Center would be added, although it was owned by the city. The gorgeous mansion and annex across the street from the Roberson would be acquired by the center in 1994 and is now called the Decker Arts and Cultural Center. Alonzo Roberson, Jr. was born in Binghamton in 1861 to Alonzo Sr. and Lydia Titus Roberson. Alonzo Sr. had come to the region in 1852 as a carpenter, and since he was an excellent businessman as well, bought the Marsh and Gilbert Lumber Company and then renamed it the Alonzo Roberson Company. Alonzo Jr. married Margaret Hays, a local school teacher in 1887, and in 1904, they moved from their Main Street location to the elite Front Street/Riverside Drive area of Binghamton, where they hired C. Edward Vosbury, a local well known architect, to design their house, an Italian renaissance revival style that would have all the modern conveniences. That design included an elevator, private bathroom for every floor, dumb waiter, gas and electric lighting fixtures, central heat, intercom system, and like many of the houses in that neighborhood, a billiards room and ballroom on the third floor. The plan would also include a three level servants' wing that would be added to the back of the house. Alonzo, Jr. chose the NYC firm of Pottier & Stymus to do the interior of the house, with silk damask stretched across the walls of the library-living room and the reception room. The mansion's main hall would be painted, stippled and then glazed before being decorated with outstanding Dutch metal, stenciling and hand-painted decorations. To make the interior more elaborate, each of the rooms on the first floor had different kinds of woodworks. There was a tall wrought-iron fence installed to enclose the estate, and when it was all finished in 1907, it would be for a total cost of $107,000. Alonzo, Jr. died in May, 1934, having been the president of the Roberson & Son Lumber Co. and the chairman of the board of the Marine Midland Bank.

Ross Park Zoo
Ross Park Zoo Binghamton, New York
The Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park in Binghamton, New York was opened in 1875, which makes it the fifth oldest zoo in the United States, and is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The lovely 90 acres of land that was donated by Erastus Ross, a local rich businessman who stated in his will that he wanted the land to become a park that everyone in the community could enjoy. It was very easy for the visitors of that period to come to the park since there were electric trolleys that took them all over the city, and the park also houses a roller coaster ride, carousel, swings and a bear exhibit, with band concerts playing in the park all summer long. With the advent of the auto, two world wars and the Great Depression, the park would experience some decline in business, and soon the USDA threatened to close the park because of its sub-standard displays, but in 1966, concerned people formed the Southern Tier Zoological Society so that they could raise funds to improve the park and zoo facilities. Erastus had donated enough money to run the zoo for many years, wanting it to be free for the entire community, and the carousel that operated on the outskirts of the zoo's entry way, but after many years of declining enclosures and animals needs, the zoo had to invoke a small entrance fee; although the carousel if still free. Because of the financial situation and poor leadership, the zoo lost its accreditation in 205, but after turning things around, it regained it in 2009. It houses some 187 animals with a growing number of exhibits that showcase grey wolves, tigers, binturong, penguins, leopards, tamarins, reindeer, an aviary and other species of animals that are often found in a zoo. Since it is so old, there is a lot of history here, and this makes it more interesting. On the outside of the zoo's entry is a pavilion for barbecuing, rest rooms and a small park; and inside, the old lions den is completely restored and now is used for educational programs with the visitors sitting behind the bars. The zoo is located adjacent to the Discovery Center, the hands-on children's museum that is spoken of farther down this page.

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Rod Serling School of Fine ArtsRod Serling School of Fine Arts Binghamton, New York
The Rod Serling School of Fine Arts is located in the Binghamton, New York high school that is culturally diverse and contains about 1777 students from countries all over the world, with various backgrounds and economic levels. The Serling school offers the students there the opportunity to major in dance, music, visual arts and theater, with the students regularly performing for the community. Many of the outstanding programs that exclude the vocal music and instrumental programs, are offered at the IB level, and the entire program was named after the famous screenwriter and creator of the Twilight Zone series, Rod Serling, because he had attended the high school when he lived here. In honor of this famous personage, the high school hosts a yearly Rod Serling Film Festival that is open to all children in grades K-12 in the nation. Rod's former house is still located here, but since it is privately owned, tours are not available for the interior, but it is a marvelous place to visit and view. The Serling school opened in 1995 at the high school with a ceremony dedicated to the famous alumni, who had graduated in 1943. Since opening, the small school has welcomed more than 300 students into its classes every year. Although it is located in a public high school, the Serling school acts as a magnet fine arts curriculum inside a normal heterogeneous high school, and it has become a model for the entire state of New York. Within the main programs of studies, students can focus on their main course of study, like in the visual arts program, students can take photography and media, drawing and painting, or ceramic and sculpture. In the music genre there is music theory composition, vocal music or instrumental. It also offers the International Baccalaureate (IB) programme for all of the fine arts disciplines; dance, visual arts, theater and music. There are more than 50 fine arts courses available, without audition requirements or prerequisites for the courses in any group; but there may be auditions and prerequisites for the more advanced classes.  

The Discovery Center
Discovery Center Binghamton, New York
The Discovery Center of the Southern Tier is a hands-on interactive museum located in Binghamton, New York inside a 22,500 square foot structure that was created by, for and with children. As is the growing national and perhaps international trend, fun and learning are flowing together in unique hands-on displays that have been designed with imagination, research and attention to the spirit and needs of today's learners, in a safe, happy and engaging environment. The center encourages play, builds self-esteem and sparks creative thinking in an ambient specific theme that is community specific, and yet allowing room for global discoveries with 30 interactive exhibits where children can paint, fly, hop, drive, perform, shop and dig. Children can learn to fly in the A-10 cockpit, direct an emergency call, dine out in an international restaurant, groove in the Recollections III display or sample simple science exhibits, or even shop smarter in the child's viewpoint, which could lead or become the first steps that prepare children for success in an ever changing world. There is a marvelous story garden that contains 13 interactive displays that concentrate on children's literature themes, and the newest display, Pedal Power. The center also offers family workshops, summer camps, multi-cultural awareness, art expressions, licensed preschool, state certified K-5 after school program, as well as in school educational programs that are done during the school year for grades K-5, with all the programs adapted to the age and grade specific child. The center opened in 1988, after having gone through some serious introspections of the community and the Binghamton Junior League, aspiring to open a children's museum that would designed to accentuate the awareness of "self" but in relation to the community, environment and world. In 1986, they negotiated a utility building in the historical town park, just opposite the town park's zoo, mentioned earlier. The facility had been a garage/maintenance building that had to be renovated and transformed to house the new project, and after a successful fund drive, the structure was completed and opened in 1988. To help with the transformation and the zoo, a new exhibit was installed called "Dinosaurs" that opened in 1990 and brought the area, zoo and especially the center great success. Current exhibits include; the new solar clubhouse, Susquehanna River trail, a Village of Gingerbread-Our Community, Santa's Workshop, Open Wide Dental, EcoKids and Pedal power.

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Number 5 Restaurant
Entrees; include house salad & choice of 1 side; osso bucco is braised veal shank served atop creamy parmesan polenta; chicken piccatta is fresh chicken medallions sautéed in lemon, butter & capers; risotto with wild mushrooms, sweet peas & jumbo shrimp; grilled flatiron steak is char-grilled Black Angus flatiron steak, drizzled with chipotle béarnaise & crispy onions; boneless pork chop Milanese is 2 8oz. chops broiled & topped with garlic & olive oil; potato encrusted tilapia pan sautéed & finished with pepperdew & olive salad; veal & short rib Bolognese fresh housemade tagliatelle with mozzarella balls; braised short ribs slow cooked in natural gravy, with whipped potatoes; chicken Siciliano is semi-boneless chicken breast with prosciutto, sun-dried tomato marsala & fresh asparagus; fresh broiled haddock with herb butter & panko crumbs; filet mignon 8oz. center cut or 13oz. steak lover's cut; bone-in filet 15oz. tenderloin steak on the bone; char grilled top sirloin 10oz. black angus; prime cowboy steak 24oz. prime rib Delmonico steak on the bone with caramelized sweet red onions; NY strip prime center cut over buttermilk fried onion hay; porterhouse 24oz. black angus with sweet potato fries; roast prime ribs of beef rubbed with fresh garlic & cracked pepper, slow roasted, with au jus & horseradish cream, 16oz. house cut or 32 rib cut on the bone; grilled lamb chops is 2 jumbo 8oz. chops, char grilled, with mint jelly; veal Mersailles is veal tenderloin medallions, pan sautéed with wild mushrooms, shallot garlic topped with jumbo lump crabmeat, asparagus & hollandaise; veal piccata is veal tenderloin medallions sautéed in lemon, butter & capers; veal Francaise is breaded veal, sautéed golden brown with fresh lemon & herbs.

Cortese Restaurant
Entrees; veal Angelina is veal cutlet pounded thin, dipped in light egg batter, pan fried fluffy & golden brown with garlic butter for dipping; charbroiled chicken breast; chicken breast rosemary is pan fried & seasoned with rosemary; veal piccata is tender veal cutlet, pounded thin & sautéed in butter, garlic & seasonings, topped with fresh mushrooms; veal marsala is veal cutlet thin, floured & sautéed with fresh mushrooms in marsala wine; broiled half chicken basted in Rhine wine or seared with BBQ sauce; chateaubriand for two is heart of choice beef tenderloin served on sizzling platter, basted in house savory burgundy garlic sauce topped with fresh sautéed mushrooms; single pork chop broiled & served on toast with applesauce on side; filet mignon basted in house burgundy garlic sauce; 2 broiled pork chops with applesauce; tenderloin tips ala Cortese is tenderloin chunks sautéed with celery, mushrooms, peppers, onions & seasonings, finished with touch of cream sherry; petite filet mignon served on toast wrapped in bacon & topped with sautéed fresh mushrooms; NY strip sirloin steak; Delmonico rib eye steak; steak pizzaola is thick cut Delmonico rib steak simmered in pan of rich red sauce; prime rib of beef, au jus, boneless & roasted; fresh scallops marinara sautéed in red marinara sauce; BBQ shrimp New Orleans style with garlic, Dijon, bacon; fresh sea scallops broiled with hint of lemon, or glazed with cream sherry; shrimp pizzaola; shrimp scampi sautéed in light sauce over linguine; breaded sea scallops with housemade tartar sauce; fresh haddock filet broiled or breaded; haddock parmigiana is fresh haddock filet breaded to order, topped with tomato sauce & melted mozzarella; golden breaded shrimp with housemade cocktail sauce; fresh salmon with lemon wedge, broiled; orange roughy broiled; calamari sautéed in red or white sauce.


Osso Bucco Number 5 Restaurant Binghamton, NY


Chicken Siciliano Number 5 Restaurant Bingham, NY


Veal Mersaiiles Number 5 Restaurant Binghamton, NY

 Chateaubriand for 2 Cortese Restaurant Binghamton, NY


Steak Pizzaola Cortese Restaurant Binghamton, NY



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Phelps Mansion & Museum Phelps Mansion & Museum Binghamton, NY
The Phelps Mansion in Binghamton, New York is also called the Monday Afternoon Clubhouse, and is a three story brick and stone structure that is found on Court Street, constructed in 1870 as the private residence of Sherman D. Phelps. Phelps was a successful businessman, banker, mayor of the city and Republican elector for Abraham Lincoln. The structure was designed by Isaac G. Perry who eventually would become the architect of the New York state capitol in Albany. The elaborate mansion would be bought by the Monday Afternoon Club in 1905, which was a women's civic organization that had a big ballroom built in the back that same year to hold its weekly meetings that continues to this day. The ownership of the mansion would be transferred to the Phelps Mansion Foundation in 1986, and made a museum by the state in 2005. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. The mansion is built with exquisite rare woods, glass and metal with a spectacular Baccarat crystal chandelier from 1890 in the ballroom, with other rare chandeliers located in the other rooms of the house that reflect the Victorian period. The exterior is graced with a mansard roof and cresting to complement the style, while the outstanding wrought iron fence enhances its overall beauty and importance. The museum's gift shop contains many marvelous items that include Caspari products and Armondo Della Santa note cards along with other interesting items. The magnificently ornate woodwork located throughout the house is nothing less than beautiful and so extravagant, very mindful of the old Victorian age, with period furnishings and embellishments. The long staircase to the second floor is an artistic version of craftsmanship and the black walnut stairway is something to see and admire. The mirrored woodworks in the parlor and other rooms in the house is also excellent, with wood crafted fireplaces throughout. It is a fantastic mansion built using the finest materials and craftsmanship that seems to have been lost over the past century plus. The beautiful tiled flooring, along with wood outskirts is amazing. Those featured artist being exhibited include; Alla Boldina, Betty Calkins, Joan Silvestri-Pencek, Albert White, J. W. Johnston, Bob Keller, Richard Henry, Keith Rosko, Jean Van Buren-Pejo and many more to encourage your visitation here very soon. It is a majestic museum housed in a magnificent mansion and a visit you'll never forget.

Cutler Botanic Garden
Cutler Botanic Garden Binghamton, NYThe Cutler Botanic Garden in Binghamton, New York is a 3.5 acre botanical garden located on Front Street and open in the summers, without a charge, started by Miss Frances Cutler, who donated the land to Cornell University Cooperative Extension. The idea for the garden was first started in 1978, and opened to the pubic in 1979. It has become an outdoor teaching classroom for horticulture and environmentalism, along with being used as a display garden for All-American Selections. Broome County staff and master gardeners are brought here when scheduled by request, since they are volunteers offering their expertise and experience to those novices that are wanting training or instruction in aesthetic looking gardens that are environmentally friendly. There are brochures located in boxes by the individual gardens that describe what plant is located in them, and as much information about the plant as possible. The Cutler is about one of 360 gardens located in the United States that have been designated as a display garden of All-American Selections, and the community uses the garden from numerous activities that include the outdoor classroom. They host adult classes in perennials, roses, composting, annuals, integrated pest management and hands-on workshops in the gardens.

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Bundy Arts & Victorian MuseumBundy Arts & Victorian Museum Binghamton, NY
The Bundy Arts and Victorian museum in Binghamton, New York is the former home of the Bundy family that began with Harlow Elisha Bundy, who was born in Auburn, New York in 1856, and along with his brother, Willard incorporated the Bundy Manufacturing Company in 1889 that made and marketed many of the world's first time recorders. As the nation became more industrialized, time was beginning to become more important and used as an increment of payment. Their time recorder allowed workers to clock in and out using a mechanical device, instead of the age old usage of human time keepers, that became more useful and necessary as time passed by. Harlow would become the general manager and treasurer, acting as a fierce manager, their company would become very successful and grew into one of the biggest industries in the city and soon the world. In 1900, the company would merge with other time recorder manufacturers and become the International Time Recorder Company (ITR). Harlow would oversee the transfer of all production equipment into a new state-of-the-art factory in Endicott, with offices in all the major cities in the nation, and France, England, Canada and Germany. He became immensely involved in the merger and consolidation of ITR with a number of other big companies into Computing Tabulating Recorder Company, that would be capitalized with $12 million in stock. Then in 1924, the company would change its name under the leadership of Thomas J. Watson, to the International Business Machines. Harlow began to become ill in 1915, so he resigned as the treasurer and general manager of ITR, but stayed on as the vice-president of the CTR company. He moved to California, to Pasadena, and spent much of his semi-retirement inside a magnificent mansion that overlooked the most gorgeous valley there. Harlow passed away on March 21, 1916 from a heart attack, and became known as the "father of the time-recording industry". He had pioneered his small time recorder company into an international business, with worldwide fame and great success, and the company that he had started would eventually evolve into IBM. Permanent exhibits include; the STBA Hall of Fame exhibit, African gallery, permanent collection, the golden age of broadcast media exhibit and the barbershop exhibit. Willard Bundy, a jeweler by trade patented the first time recorder in 1888, when his brother, Harlow was a successful attorney and entrepreneur that saw a wonderful opportunity and helped his brother open their company. One of the finest collection of time recording clocks can be found here, with surprising artistic value. The third floor of the mansion has become the Art Gallery, that offers a venue to emerging artists, along with established artists, that changes on a monthly basis. Past exhibits have included; Albert White, Kathye Arrington, Belinda Messersmith, Karen Lee Cook, Joan Deuel, Rob Stachyra, Julie Davenport, Magill Madigan, Teknari, Paul Kerin and Jenn McNamara and many others.

Walk of Fame/Sidewalk of Stars
Walk of Fame/Sidewalk of Stars Binghamton, NY
The Walk of Fame/Sidewalk of Stars is located in Binghamton, New York, the city's version of the famous Hollywood walk, but it is found in front of the Metrocenter's Court Street entrance, and since the city is famous as the birthplace of Rod Serling, it seemed only fit that Rod's bronze star would be the first one installed in the growing famous walk. The stars that would added over the years would include those individuals that had gained some fame after leaving their home town of Binghamton. In fact, Rod's house is still located at 67 Bennett Avenue, and it probably looks like it did when he grew up here, from 1926 to 1941, when the family had to move into an apartment on Chapin Street when times got tough. During his adulthood, Rod would often come back here to his hometown, nostalgic for some reason or idea. Some of the other stars belong to fairly well known movie actors, like Richard Deacon who played Mel Cooley on the Dick Van Dyke Show, Jim Hutton who starred in a few movies in the 1960s, including John Wayne's the Green Berets, Hugh Herbert, a comic motion picture actor of the 1930s and 1940s and actor William Prince. Other stars belong to band singers Val Stevens, Stuart Foster, jazz musician Slam Stewart, artists Douglas Arthur Teed, Henry Wilcott Boss and Catherine Bartoo, as well as author John Gardner.

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Endicott Visitor CenterEndicott Visitor Center Binghamton, NY
The Endicott Visitor Center in Binghamton, New York is also home to a museum, Carousel gift shop, and the Community Meeting Hall and Banquet Facility, all inside a magnificent old colonial hall that was completely renovated in the 1990s. The gorgeous mansion contains exhibits about the start of Harpur College, IBM, the corporate leadership of the Endicott Johnson Shoe company and the significant influences that the college and the industries in the region had on the development of Endicott, Johnson City and Binghamton. The three story, 16 room family residence of Julia and Alphonsus Bowes, when Julia had been the executive secretary to George F. Johnson, and it stayed a private residence for more than three decades. After WWII, the house would become known as the Old Colonial Hall and acquired by Syracuse University. The small institution would evolve into the Harpur College and then Binghamton University, until it moved to Vestal in the mid 1950s, when it would then serve as the administration offices of the Union Endicott School district and then a neighborhood church. In 1994, the village of Endicott bought it and made it into a visitor's center, museum and community meeting hall. Some of the outstanding exhibits located inside include the George F. Johnson-Endicott Johnson Shoe Company that describes the early years of Johnson's life and experiences that would become the basis for his business philosophy that became known as the Square Deal. Johnson believed that if you paid your employees decent wages and treated them with respect, they would return the loyalty, and under his leadership the company grew to employ more than 20,000 workers and creating one of the biggest shoe companies in the nation. Johnson and his family would donate money, land and buildings to offer health care, housing and recreational facilities for the whole community. Another exhibit is the Thomas J. Watson Sr. Room that was the birthplace of the computer, that looks at his professional career along with the development of IBM. Watson took over the management of the Computing-Tabulating-Time Recording Company, stressing research, education and constant development for new machines, and started a strict corporate culture that promoted marketing ideas based on listening to the needs of the customer. Shown in the exhibit are some early business machines produced by companies that eventually grew into IBM. The Gateway Gallery houses many exciting displays that are sure to help you understand the nature of these pioneers of industry.

Kopernik Observatory & Science Education Center
Kopernik Observatory & Science Education Center Vestal, NY
The Kopernik Observatory and Science Education Center in Vestal, New York is now the Kopernik Space Education Center and contains a scientific observatory, as well as offering outreach programs for the community youngsters, education them about science and astronomy. After the 500th anniversary of the famed astronomer, in 1973, Nicolaus Copernicus, who is known as Mikola Kopernik in Polish, the space center would be constructed by the Kopernik Society of Broome County and opened in 1974. Their observatory has three telescopes, a 20" Ritchey-Chretien scope, a 6" astrophysics refractor and a 14" Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope. There are a number of students that take classes on Friday nights and Saturdays, called the Kopernik Talent Search, with field trips from local schools coming here during the week. Here, students can look at the sun and planets in the daytime, with a grand summer program that includes one and two week residential institutes for middle school and high school students. Since its opening, the center has welcomed hundreds of thousands of school kids and families that have come to see the many marvelous wonders of the universe through the observatory's large telescopes. It sits on top of a 1720 foot hill in Vestal, which is 13 miles southwest of Binghamton, New York, and has been called the best sited and equipped public observatory in the northeastern part of this nation for more than a quarter of a century. It is the state's first science laboratory designed just for K-12 students, teachers and their families. Besides the three main telescopes there are 12 portable telescopes, a solar prominence scope, a solar heliostat, computer lab, photographic darkroom, weather station, space science lab with multimedia center, physics/laser lab, science media library, 20 acre dark site, earthquake station, outdoor learning area, solar energy array and a NASA satellite downlink.

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Vestal MuseumVestal Museum Vestal, NY
The Vestal Museum in Vestal, New York is found inside the original 1881 Vestal Train Station that had been located along the tracks of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad by Main Street, used from 1882 until 1959. Once the station was forced to close, the town bought it and moved it to where it sits today, next to the library on the parkway in 1972, renovating it and modifying it so that the town could use it as a museum. The unique style of station has continued to be maintained and somewhat modified to offer gallery space for the numerous displays. It houses both permanent and changing exhibits along with a marvelous educational program that helps students and the community learn more about the region and the railroad that seemed to bring it closer. One of the current exhibitions is called Memories of Childhood Past and runs until December 23, 2010, with displays from the early 1900s to the late 1950s, and includes the depression, WWII, the Korean War and school, business and personal memories. When the pagoda style station was constructed in 1881, with steeply pitched roof and distinctive curves over the eaves and circular roof supports, that structure would become a model for many other stations that were constructed along the tracks west of Binghamton, and included Apalachin, Elmire, Horseheads, Nichols and others. Today, the Vestal station is only surviving example of that early pagoda style. The station would take care of a constant flow of traffic, until 1949, when the railroad launched a streamlined passenger train named after their mascot, Phoebe Snow, and it began making daily stops at the Vestal station on its trips to and from Hoboken, New Jersey to Buffalo, New York, until August 1959, when the Phoebe Snow made her last stop in Vestal. During the next eight years, the structure would be empty, except for the memories and ghosts of thousands of travelers that had passed through here. Then in 1967, Vestal supervisor, Edwin L. Crawford tried to get it donated to the town, since he feared it might be lost since it was slowly deteoriating, but instead it became a warehouse for the local lumber and supply company, while it just sat there and deteoriated more. But in 1971, it was sold at auction, with the town putting in the winning bid, so that it could transform it into a museum, but one of the conditions of the sale was that it had to be moved. During December, 1972, a month after the last and final deadline had passed, the old 73 foot, 63 ton train station was loaded onto a big truck and move a half mile to the new location where it sits today.   

Binghamton Mets Baseball Club
Binghamton Mets Baseball Club Binghamton, NYThe Binghamton Mets in Binghamton, New York, are a minor league baseball team playing in the Eastern League, the Double A affiliate of the New York Mets, and they play in the NYSEG stadium in Binghamton. Before moving here in 1992, the franchise played in Williamsport, Pennsylvania from 1987 until 1991 as the Williamsport Bills, being affiliated with the Cleveland Indians in 1987 and 1988, then affiliated with the Seattle Mariners in 1989 and 1990, before being bought by the Mets club in 1991. Their Bills franchise had been two different franchises, with the owners moving the Bills to Hagerstown, Maryland after the 1988 season, while the Eastern League franchise based in Pittsfield, Massachusetts moved back to Williamsport before the start of the 1989 season. It would entail a number of moves for the franchise that had been based in Williamsport in 1976 and then moved to Jersey City, New Jersey, playing from 1977 to 1978 and then Buffalo, New York from 1979 through 1984. The team was able to place in the number one spot in 1994 and 2000 while playing in a number of playoffs; which it never has won. But the town supports it generously and enjoys watching the games all summer long. They are going to be playing in their twentieth season this summer and hopefully they can go all the way.

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