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Times are changing… Events Photos

It’s that time again… that loathed period of the year when we change our clocks and lose an hour of sleep. Our world today is thoroughly regulated by time, but it wasn’t always that way. Time was once more fluid, independently existing at the local level by simply observing the...

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Finally, Moynihan. Events History Photos

Viewed as one of the most heinous crimes to ever have occurred in American architecture, the demolition of Pennsylvania Station served as a turning point for historic preservation in the United States. With the destruction of McKim, Mead, and White’s Beaux arts masterwork, Penn Station’s underground tracks and modified mezzanines...

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Come visit us this Sunday at the Whippany Railway Museum… Events

Just a reminder to you all, if you’re in the area come visit us at the Whippany Railway Museum this Sunday at noon. I’ll be showing some photos from my Radioactive Railroad series, and there will be some free Railfan & Railroad magazines (featuring my Chornobyl article) for the first...

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A Farewell to White Plains station staple – Waxman’s News Events

Any regular commuter through White Plains is likely familiar with Gary Waxman, proprietor of the station’s newsstand. And if you were a real regular, chances are Waxman even knew you by name. Last night, however, marked the end of an era – it was Waxman’s final day of work in...

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Metro North President Joe Giulietti meets riders at White Plains Trains Events

Provided you haven’t been living under a rock, you’ve likely heard that Metro-North has been hosting customer forums where riders can meet president Joe Giulietti, and pretty much ask him anything. Yesterday’s forum was at White Plains, so I left work a few minutes early to head to the station...