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Tuesday Tour of the Harlem Line: Grand Central 8

Tuesday Tour of the Harlem Line: Grand Central Trains Photos Tuesday Tours

Last week I finished up the Tour of the Harlem Line with the final station, Botanical Garden. But there was one more station that I wanted to feature – a station that we all know, and a wonderful landmark of the city of New York. That station is of course,...

Tuesday Tour of the Harlem Line: Botanical Garden 6

Tuesday Tour of the Harlem Line: Botanical Garden Trains Photos Tuesday Tours

I have a little confession to make – as much as I crack jokes about the younger generations of Vanderbilts and their amazing ability to spend their grandfather’s money, I must admit that despite all that some of them really have left their mark on the New York area. Outside...

Tuesday Tour of the Harlem Line: Pawling 3

Tuesday Tour of the Harlem Line: Pawling Trains Photos Tuesday Tours

Nestled in the rolling hills of Dutchess County lies the small village of Pawling, connected to the thriving city of New York by the railroad. When the New York & Harlem Railroad reached Pawling, the village had a population numbering in the 500’s. Today that population is a bit over...

Tuesday Tour of the Harlem Line: Williams Bridge 3

Tuesday Tour of the Harlem Line: Williams Bridge Trains Photos Tuesday Tours

Located 10.5 miles from Grand Central in the north of the Bronx is a little station that as of yet has not been featured here, Williams Bridge. It is a bit hard for me to believe that I’ve spent quite a while sharing a different Harlem Line station each week...

Tuesday Tour of the Harlem Line: Bedford Hills 5

Tuesday Tour of the Harlem Line: Bedford Hills Trains Photos Tuesday Tours

Old postcard view of Bedford Station, as it was known at the time Back in the 1800’s when the New York and Harlem Railroad was steadily marching northward through Westchester County, today’s Bedford Hills station was known merely as Bedford. Later the hamlet where the depot resided was referred to...

Tuesday Tour of the Harlem Line: Crestwood 7

Tuesday Tour of the Harlem Line: Crestwood Trains Advertisements Photos Tuesday Tours

Norman Rockwell’s version of Crestwood Not many train stations can claim the honor of having been featured on the front of the Saturday Evening Post… or for that matter, having been painted by iconic American painter Norman Rockwell (Rockwell had a long association with doing covers for the Post, stretching...