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Tuesday Tour of the Hudson Line: Highbridge History Photos Tuesday Tours

If there was one station that missed in our three year long tour of Metro-North’s system, it would likely be Highbridge. Although in the past it was a station open to public access, today it is an employee-only station, complete with a small platform and overpass, and many of the...

Tuesday Tour of the Hudson Line: Poughkeepsie 5

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

1890 photo of the previous Poughkeepsie station. Note that this station was on the west side of the tracks, while today’s station was constructed on the east side of the tracks. 1960 photo of Poughkeepsie station, not obstructed by Route 9 which now runs above the station’s front parking area....

Tuesday Tour of the Hudson Line: Marble Hill 10

Tuesday Tour of the Hudson Line: Marble Hill Trains History Photos Tuesday Tours

   The old station at Marble Hill, pictured in 1927, and in 1946. As we’ve toured the Hudson Line, we’ve encountered several stations with fairly confusing backgrounds. There are stations that nobody seems to be able to spell correctly, like “Spitendivel” and “Pokipse.” And there’s also Ardsley-on-Hudson, which isn’t in...

Tuesday Tour of the Hudson Line: Cold Spring 3

Tuesday Tour of the Hudson Line: Cold Spring Trains Photos Tuesday Tours

Postcards and tickets from Cold Spring Views of the tracks and the Hudson Highlands near Cold Spring. While beautiful views can be found along the entire Hudson Line, there’s something about the upper, un-electrified portion of the line that I find especially attractive. Nestled amongst the Hudson Highlands, many of...

Tuesday Tour of the Hudson Line: University Heights 6

Tuesday Tour of the Hudson Line: University Heights Trains Photos Tuesday Tours

Today’s Hudson Line tour takes us back to the Bronx for a quick visit to University Heights station. Located just less than 9 miles from Grand Central, the station is situated between Morris Heights and Marble Hill stations. The station is named after the section of the Bronx in which...

Tuesday Tour of the Hudson Line: Cortlandt 6

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

Crugers and Montrose stations. Both stations were closed in 1996 and replaced with the new Cortlandt station. Today’s tour of the Hudson Line takes us to one of Metro-North’s newer stations – the second newest on the line after Yankees-E 153rd Street, Cortlandt. Located a little over 38 miles from...