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Tuesday Tour of the Hudson Line: Hastings-on-Hudson Trains History Photos Tuesday Tours

Various artifacts from Hastings-on-Hudson station, including New York Central and Penn Central tickets. The Monthly Commutation ticket is from the collection of the Hastings Historical Society, and belonged to a young woman named Josephine Selvaggio. Nestled in between the stations of Greystone and Dobbs Ferry, and just over 19 miles...

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Tuesday Tour of the Hudson Line: Ossining Trains Photos Tuesday Tours

Artifacts from Ossining: Postcard, a 1984 ticket stamped at Ossining, and an 1851 Hudson River Railroad timetable that lists the station as “Sing Sing.” Welcome to Ossining – probably one of the most widely known locales on the Hudson Line. Unfortunately, it is one of the most well known for...

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Tuesday Tour of the Hudson Line: Tarrytown Trains Photos Tuesday Tours

Tarrytown postcard, monthly ticket from 1896, and a Hudson Division timetable from 1967 As we continue our travels along the Hudson Line, our next stop is Tarrytown station, about 25 miles north of Grand Central Terminal. Today’s tour is chock full of photos and information – certainly befitting one of...

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Tuesday Tour of the Hudson Line: Dobbs Ferry Trains Photos Tuesday Tours

A postcard of Dobbs Ferry station, and a portion of a Hudson River Railroad timetable from 1851, listing Dobbs Ferry station Welcome to Dobbs Ferry, one of the lovely Hudson Line stations with a great view of the mighty Hudson River. On the fourth of July, I spent the day...

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Postcards of the Penn Central Trains Advertisements History

I’m not exactly sure who the Penn Central had do their design work back in the late 60’s, but whoever it was, they were probably pretty free-spirited. None of the New York Central’s Harlem Division timetables were really out of the ordinary… but after the merger with the Pennsylvania Railroad...

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Tuesday Tour of the Hudson Line: Irvington Trains Photos Tuesday Tours

The namesake of Irvington – author Washington Irving. Also named Irvington – the first coal burner on the Hudson River Railroad. Over the past three years, I’ve visited almost every Metro-North station in order to bring you these Tuesday Tours. While seeing stations is nice, sometimes the interesting part is...

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