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Troy Ferry Street Armory

Street address: Ferry Street (on corner of River Street)
City: Troy
County: Rensselaer
Year constructed: 1884 - 1886
Architect: Brown & Dawson - original building
George L. Heins - remodel and expansion in 1902
Size : Company
Square footage: Unknown
Acreage: Unknown
Status: Destroyed by fire in 1917

 

Units Stationed:
Years:
6th Separate Company 1884 - 1897
    Co. A, 2nd New York Volunteers Spanish American War
    Co. A, 2nd Infantry Regiment 1899 - 1917
12th Separate Company (formed 1876) 1884 - 1897
    Co. C, 2nd New York Volunteers Spanish American War
    Co. C, 2nd Infantry Regiment 1899 - 1917
21st Separate Company (formed 1877) 1884 - 1897
    Co. D, 2nd New York Volunteers Spanish American War
    Co. D, 2nd Infantry Regiment 1899 - 1917
4th Battery (formed 1881, formerly Battery F) 1884 - 1887

 

History

The 6th Separate Company was previously housed in the Fulton Market Armory at the corner of River and Fulton Streets. After the fire, a new armory was built on Fifteenth Street.

Other armories in Troy:

Images

New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs: Military History
Last modified: October 24, 2012
URL: http://www.dmna.state.ny.us/historic/links/armories/Troy Ferry Street.htm