Webster Wagner Mansion in Palatine Bridge, NYBuilt in 1876 for Webster Wagner, the inventor of the sleeping car for trains. Fate was unkind - Mr. Wagner died shortly after the house was completed in an unfortunate train accident. Sweets Home, Webster Wagner, Palatine Bridges, Beautiful, Wagner Mansions, Haunted House, Places, Abandoned Mansions, Halloween
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Webster Wagner House in Canajoharie NY. Inventor of the sleeper car.
Victorian mansion which incorporates French Second Empire roof forms. Completed in 1891, it was built for John Wagner, a partner of Cobb & Co, and designed by architect Charles D'Ebro. The house took its name from the birthplace of Wagner's wife, in Stonington, Connecticut. it has served a number of uses over the years, including acting as the residence of the Governor of Victoria from 1901-1931.