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NY Central Railroad's West Side Freight Line
The Hudson River Line opened in 1849. Below 30th Street, railroad cars drawn by horses funneled goods from the West Side railyards to Spring Street, with stops that today's subway riders will recognize: 23rd Street, 14th, Christopher. Steam engines replaced horses in 1867. 1934 saw the completion of the elevated West Side Freight Line. Decline and fall of the line in the 1960's to 1980's.
Grand Central Terminal and Mysterious Track 61
Used by several Presidents of the US, mainly FDR. Not only mysterious track 61 at Grand Central, but we cover who owns Grand Central, how it connects to the Subway system, and lots more history.
Grand Central Terminal and the New York City Subway
We have an extensive collection of material on railroads and transit in New York City. Much of this material is not published elsewhere on the Internet. If you are interested in Grand Central Terminal, New York City subways, or transportation around New York City, read on and enjoy!
Antique New York City Postcards
Webpage displays a collection of postcards about New York City over 100 years old.
New York Public Library Guide
Postings from a vintage guide to the New York Public Library, first published in 1916. Contains descriptions and photographs of all the library rooms, floors, and architecture.
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