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  1. Emily says:

    Yay, a link back. I get a few visitors from your site now. Used to get a bunch from Wikipedia, until some contributor there flipped out that there were so many backlinks to “unofficial sites” (namely mine, and subwaynut) and edited every single Metro-North related page to remove any outside links.

    The postcard at the top was mailed 1910’s, the second in 1939. The other two I don’t have any dates for.

  2. William Hays says:

    NYW&B did offer frieght service to Port Chester, as well as Mamaroneck, and others. On the White Plains line, such freight service was offered at Mount Vernon (Columbus Ave.), Heathcote, and White Plains. I believe the freight motor(s) was/were borrowed/leased from the New Haven and were used in dismantling of the line.

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