6 Responses

  1. Those pics are sickk!

    -Demetrius M.
    TTMG Admin Assistant

  2. Steve says:

    Just so you know, the New Haven CT Solari is heading for the DRM.


    So when are you going to visit Poughkeepsie and the Walkway on the Poughkeepsie bridge?

  3. Brian says:

    Really good pics on a beautiful to show the station in a good light (no pun intended).
    I too am interested to see what comes of the station building’s identity crisis: is Hawthorne working class or wall street? pickup or escalade? boxers or briefs? newspaper or nook?

  4. martmatsil says:

    When I was a student at the LindenHill school,in Hawthorne,there was a station called Thornwood,I found out that,station was renamed Pleasentville,and one station was illiminated,because of the clintons moving to Chappaqua,so people would not be able to visit their house,I have nothing but good memories,about Linden Hill School,it was both a boarding school,and a high school,I met wonderful people there,who I miss,and wish I had kept in touch with.Some I have but I really miss Joey Maranzino by best friend.He still lives in Long Island.God bless Linden Hill High School.,

    • Emily says:

      I’m not sure where you found that out, but that info is definitely not correct. Thornwood was eliminated in the early ’80s when high level platforms were being constructed, and had nothing to do with the Clintons (who moved to the area in the late ’90s or early 2000s). The stations were not renamed at all, Pleasantville does, and has always existed. Thornwood was in between Pleasantville and Hawthorne, and the station building still exists and is used as the Chamber of Commerce.

  5. I was told this by someone at Grand Central when I went there for some timetables,by the old ticket counter.But anyway they should have kept the station,I traveled to Hawthorne,after my home visits,concluded,and most of the time the trains were pulled by the now retired FL-9’s I would love to model the Harlem line the way it was before the high level platforms were built,and the line electrofied.the line was superelevated on curves,the coaches were the old Penn-Central clerestory coaches,painted green with a white stripe,the length of the coaches,and had the Penn-Central logo,mating worms.Thanks.

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