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  1. Al Cyone says:

    . . . which means by mid-March the tour will be all wrapped up – and it will be onto the Port Jervis Line.

    What’s the Hudson Line . . . chopped liver?

    • Emily says:

      Haha, nope. That is the next line I am going to photograph. I’ve already been to all the PJ stations, back in October I think. Just haven’t posted em yet. My camera is currently hibernating for the winter.

  2. Keith says:

    I think after the Port Jervis line the next tour should be the Upper Pascack Valley line just to get to Al. Just kidding.

    Actually I look forward to every Tuesday to see the tours of the different stations.

    Emily who I have read (NY Times piece) does not drive, takes great time and care to get every one of these stations in pictures and I’m sure she like everyone else would love to photograph the Hudson line either in the spring or in the fall to really get the essence and beauty of some of the historic Hudson line stations.

    Keep posting the pictures and commentary. I look forward to every new one!

    • Emily says:

      Pascack Valley is quick though, three or four stations I think? :D

      Shh… don’t tell Al, but the Hudson Line pictures might be nicer than the rest. I’ve purchased a new camera as a New Year’s present to myself. I’m trying to ignore the fact that it cost more than I make each paycheck (and I get paid every 2 weeks). I’ve had a few different cameras over the years I’ve been doing this, and I’m thinking there would be a few places I’d really like to go visit again to get better shots.

      • Keith says:

        Good for you, if the camera gets better shots go for it.

        I’ve purchased equipment for my interests that definitely made me rethink the whole “How is rent getting paid?” thing. As far as cameras I’ve only been partial to Canon equipment for it’s durability and very good quality (from the 35mm days to my digital now) images it produces.

        PV is only 3 stops in MN territory, Pearl River, Nanuet, and Spring Valley.

        Hudson Line in spring with the back-splash of the river, the palisades and the historic stations in spring OR fall is a great thing to photograph. Too bad MN does not have an open house at Croton Harmon anymore, that’d be a great addition to a spread on the Hudson Line.

        I can’t wait for pictures of the Port Jervis line. Moodna viaduct as well as the tunnels and final stop of Port Jervis make that one of the most interesting of MN Lines. Any shots of the old Graham line along the way?

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