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|The former New York Central Putnam Division connected with the Hudson Division at this point. A section of track remains with some railroad cars spotted on it. Fly over the location and see what remains.||10/16/2005||1,062|
|New York Central's Mohawk Division from Albany to Syracuse was part of the original New York Central Railroad chartered in 1853.||11/14/2005||901|
|New York Central Harlem Division. This railroad is operated as far north as Wassaic by Metro North Railroad. The New York & Harlem Railroad Company, founded in 1831, is responsible for $7.8 million in (redeemable in gold) 3 ½ bonds due in the year 2043. These bonds are legally secured by the 127-mile right-of-way from New York City to Chatham AND by GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL! Currently, these borr...||10/06/2005||1,261|
|The Central New England Railway (CNE) was a railroad across northern Connecticut and west across the Hudson River in New York. |
It eventually became part of the Poughkeepsie Bridge Route (an alliance between railroads for a passenger route from Washington to Boston) and later a line of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad.
|Sharing the Water Level Route with the New York Central was the West Shore; first as a competitor; later a subsidiary. Signal stations and other points of interest are identified. Based on a 1949 Employee Timetable.||09/22/2005||2,461|
|This is all about railroads in the Capital District (Albany area) of New York State, You can "fly" around the area and see the various railroads. Much of this site deals with the "Castleton Cutoff", a huge project in the 1920's that created the giant Selkirk Yard. Stop while "flying" and see the various rail attractions. Historically, the two major railroads in the area were the New York Centra...||02/15/2006||551|
|All about the railroads that ran around Utica, New York.|
Railroads are coded as follows:
"A" = Adirondack & St Lawrence Div
"D" = Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
"M" = Mohawk Division (mainline NY Central)
"N" = New York, Ontario & Western
"W" = West Shore
See the Utica Railroad Page
|The Ford Motor Company was Green Island's (upstate New York) largest employer from 1923, when Henry Ford opened a plant in Green Island, until 1988, when the plant closed.|
While rail service to this plant was furnished by the Delaware & Hudson Railroad, there was a connection to the Troy & Schenectady branch of the New York Central Railroad.
This is a pictorial "tr...
|This siding served the CONDEC plant (former ALCO tank test track) on Hillside Avenue in Schenectady, New York. It was abandoned over 20 years ago, but its path is still easy to follow. The factory still exists and makes school busses.|
This railroad was part of the New York Central's Troy & Schenectady branch. The T&S was part of the original New York Central system formed in 1853...
|The Catskill Mountain Branch of the New York Central connected with the West Shore at Kingston, NY. then ran 106 miles to Oneonta, where it connected with the Delaware & Hudson. It was once the Ulster & Delaware.||09/30/2005||1,615|
|Grand Central Terminal(also called Grand Central Station or simply Grand Central), located at 42nd Street and Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan is, in terms of platform capacity, the world's largest station, with 67 platforms. As part of the East Side Access Project, the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) will be adding 6 more tracks to accommodate future Long Island Rail Road ...||05/23/2009||784|
|Location of all 66 teams who are going to playing in the 2010–11 Southern Football League. This includes all 3 divisions (Premier Division, Division One Central and Division One South & West)||07/20/2010||804|