Tuesday Tour of the Port Jervis Line: Campbell Hall 5

Tuesday Tour of the Port Jervis Line: Campbell Hall Trains Photos Tuesday Tours

  Early 1900’s views of the Erie’s Campbell Hall station, which was on the Montgomery Branch. The current Campbell Hall station is now located on what was the Graham Line. As we continue our tour of the Port Jervis line, the next stop we arrive at is Campbell Hall. While...

Tuesday Tour of the Port Jervis Line: Suffern 15

Tuesday Tour of the Port Jervis Line: Suffern Trains Photos Tuesday Tours

Erie-Lackawanna train at Suffern in 1966. Photo by Carl R. Baldwin. Welcome to Suffern, our first stop on our tour of the Port Jervis Line. As you are no doubt aware, the Port Jervis line is on the west side of the Hudson, its trains do not enter Grand Central,...

And on, to Port Jervis 4

And on, to Port Jervis Trains History

For the past two years, just about every Tuesday we’ve explored a new Metro-North station. For the most part, these have been stations that you may have heard of before, but perhaps never visited. Most regular commuters are familiar with the three main Metro-North lines that terminate in Grand Central:...

Counting down the 12 most popular posts of 2011, Part 2 2

Counting down the 12 most popular posts of 2011, Part 2 Trains

Here is the final part of our top posts of 2011. Thank you to all of you for your continued support and visits. These are the posts that you all voted for, with your eyes and your clicks. No tour of any of Metro-North’s lines could be complete without a...

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The Picturesque Moodna Viaduct Trains History Photos

Early 20th century image of the Moodna Viaduct, from the Library of Congress Quick, name one of the most picturesque locales on all of Metro-North. Most likely something along the Hudson Line pops into your mind. Sure, the Hudson River is gorgeous… but there just might be a lesser-known place...