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West Shore Ferry - 1946

West Shore Ferry 1946.jpg
Scan of black and white photograph of the West Shore Ferry terminal, looking across to New York City. The photograph was taken in July, 1946.

New York Central System Ferry Pass 1947-1948
Season ticket for the NYCRR Weehawken Ferry for 1947-1948

Palisades Railroad Time Table (reproduction)
A reproduction of the timetable (effective May 13, 1894) for trains of the Palisades Railroad running between Weehawken and Fort Lee and ferries between Weehawken and NYC (42nd Street and Franklin Street).

West Shore Ferry Terminal
Black and white photograph, looking northeast towards the West Shore Ferry Terminal, with its 5 ferry boats in their slips. Behind are long storage piers belonging to the West Shore Railroad.

Electric Ferry Advertising Ink Blotter
Undated advertising card for the Electric Ferry which ran between Boulevard East in Weehawken and West 23rd Street in New York City, carrying passengers and vehicles. According to a New York Times article, the Electric Ferry ceased operating from…

Postcard - West Shore Ferry Boat "Rochester"
This postcard shows one of the ferry boats which carried passengers from Weehawken to New York City.

West Shore RR Ferry Kingston
Undated sepia toned photograph of the West Shore Railroad Ferry Kingston, which plied the Hudson River between New York City and Weehawken. This photo is from the collection of the Weehawken Historical Commission.

Ferryboat Circa 1940s
Black and white photograph of commuters on the Weehawken ferry taken by Charles Schneider in the 1940s. From the collection of the Weehawken Historical Commission.

Electric Ferry Niagra
This colored photo comes to us from Eileen Kelly whose father, Mark Kelly, worked for the New York Central's West Shore Railroad at night while he was still in High School (where he caught a few winks on occasion). One of Eileen's grandfathers,…

Road from the Weehawken Ferry - Ben Heller - 1936
Black and white photograph, taken by noted photographer Ben Heller, looking down onto Pershing Road from the Grauert steps. Note the advertising signs that were all along the edge of the Palisades on Pershing Road.