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- Commuter Rail Map for NYC Area
- The Hudson and Manhattan Railroad
A brief history of the Hudson and Manhattan Railroad (now PATH) joint service to Newark.
- Official Long Island Rail Road Home Page
- Official Metro-North Home Page
- Official Metro-North Railroad System Maps
- NJ, NY & CT Railroad Page
From Pierce Haviland.
- The Hudson Line
The Hudson Line, formerly part of the New York Central System, begins in Grand Central Terminal and starts a steep climb in the Park Avenue Tunnel. This part of the line was originally the New York and Harlem R.R. that was built in the 1830s.
- The Harlem Line
The Harlem Line, formerly part of the New York Central System, began in 1831 with a charter to run from 23rd Street to the northern tip of Manhattan. At that time, 23rd Street was too far north for most people, so the charter was changed to start the line at Prince Street. Two decades later, the line reached 131 miles north to Chatham where it connected with the Boston and Albany line.
- The New Haven Line
The New Haven Line began as the New York and New Haven Railroad in the early 1800s. In 1872, the NY&NH was merged with the Harford and New Haven RR to form the New York, New Haven and Hartford RR.
- New Jersey Transit Train Schedules
- New York City Metro Area Rail Resources
A collection of pointers and information about rail related subject matter in and about the New York City metropolatian area. You will find pointers to other internet resources, some information about Special Events; you will find out where to buy rail related magazines; some info about Hobby Shops and Museums, and a brand new Schedule section.
- Staten Island Railway
The Staten Island Railway train (SIRt) runs parallel to the eastern coastline and Hylan Blvd with a trip time of 40 minutes from end to end (avg. 2 minutes per station). There are also Express trains that skip certain stations. Fare is $1.50, and free transfer slips are available for buses listed below (ask when paying your fare).
- The Shore Line Trolley Museum Information Page
The museum, located in New Haven, CT, operates on the original Connecticut Company route to Branford, abandonned in 1945. The museum has operated the line since then, making it the oldest continually run suburban transit line in the country. The mile and a half line traverses a variety of terrain, including woods, meadow, and waterfowl bedecked salt marshes. From some vantage points, Shore Line's route appears as if it were still operating in the 1930's.
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