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According to Charlie Bradley of the wonderful RailFan web site, "this photo of New York Central L2d Mohawk 4-8-2 #2996, was taken on June 19, 1950. These engines were built in the early 20's. Note the Plaza, Grauert Causeway, and the soldiers and…

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Willie Demontreux found this image on www.railfan.net along with a caption supplied by the site moderator, 'waterlevel:' Port Imperial is now where the New York Central train and ferry yards once stood. In the ticket/boarding area for the current…

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Entry from the open source Wikipedia encyclopedia on the West Shore Railroad.

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Photograph of a Public Service trolley coming up Pershing Road from the ferry, found on the excellent RailFan web site.

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Photograph of the New York Central Ferry Stoney Point at Weehawken found on the excellent RailFan web site.

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These two black and white photos show the interior of the New York Central Railroad ferry boat Albany some time in the 1930s, when it crossed the Hudson between New York and Weehawken. Note the ad for Eagan Business Schools, whose founder and…

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This document and the accompanying photos were prepared by the National Park Service in 1983 and 1984 to document the status of the remains of the huge grain elevator on the waterfront north of Pershing Road in West New York.

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Black and white photo of the Pier 7 West Shore Elevator. This 160 foot tall, tin roofed grain elevator stood near the border between Weehawken and West New York and was operated by the New York Central Railroad. Thanks to Willie Demontreux for this…

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Article from the New York Times, April 1, 1853, page 3. Article text: A RAILROAD TO WEEHAWKEN - We noticed on Tuesday a new enterprise of our Hoboken friends, which seemed to us most satisfactory, being a line of omnibuses from the ferry at Hoboken…

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Black and white photo of NYCRR locomotive, taken on February 3, 1968.