Binghamton

[ferryboat] The Binghamton is a retired ferryboat that operated from 1905 to 1967 transporting passengers across the Hudson River between Manhattan and Hoboken. She was built for the Hoboken Ferry Company of the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad and was designed to carry 986 passengers plus vehicles. Binghamton has been permanently mo...
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Binghamton

[n] - a city in south central New York near the border with Pennsylvania
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Binghamton

noun a city in south central New York near the border with Pennsylvania
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Binghamton

city, seat (1806) of Broome county, south-central New York, U.S. It lies at the confluence of the Chenango and Susquehanna rivers, near the ...
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Binghamton

Binghamton (bing'umtun) , industrial city (1990 pop. 53,008), seat of Broome co., S central N.Y., at the confluence of the Chenango and the Susquehanna rivers; settled 1787, inc. as a city 1867. It is the largest of the Triple Cities (Binghamton, Endicott, and Johnson City), which were famous fo...
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Binghamton

[town] The town of Binghamton partly encloses the city of Binghamton on the city`s south side. == History == The region was settled around 1829, although the part currently within the city of Binghamton was settled around 1802 and called `Chenango Point`. The town of Binghamton was formed in 1855 from a part of the town of Chenango, but par...
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