2019 Albany Pop-Up Tour – Schenectady State St.

STATE STREET is the name of the former Albany and Schenectady Turnpike in Schenectady County and is also New York State Route 5. At the eastern end of Schenectady’s downtown (Nott Terrace), the perfectly straight 1803 turnpike joins the former King’s Road, the original main road between Albany and Schenectady, dating from 1661. This has been the principal shopping street in “The Electric City” since the nineteenth century.

315 State Street

315 State Street

(Gone) Jay Jewelers
403 State Street

403 State Street

(Gone) F.W. Woolworth
403 State Street

403 State Street

Proctor's Theatre
703 State Street

703 State Street

(Gone) WonderBurger
850 State Street

850 State Street

Wedekind-Knight Motor Company
(New) 921 State Street

(New) 921 State Street

New: Twins Motor Inn
927 State Street

927 State Street

Imperial 400 Motel
1016 State Street

1016 State Street

R. D. Thomson, Inc. Studebaker
1038-40 State Street

1038-40 State Street

(Gone) Johnston-Tongue Motor Company
1044 State Street

1044 State Street

Webster Motor Company
1044 State Street

1044 State Street

Scholz Market
1595 State Street

1595 State Street

Wedekind Motors
3428 State Street

3428 State Street

(Gone) Gallery Nightclub
3631 State Street

3631 State Street

(Gone) Canal Paper Company