Tuesday Tour of the Hudson Line: Greystone 2

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

Photograph of Harriman station from the 1903 book Yonkers Illustrated. The station was renamed Greystone circa 1910. Greystone station in 1915. [image source] If you’ve been following me around on my tour of all of Metro-North’s stations, you most likely remember me visiting Harriman station, which is on the Port...

Tuesday Tour of the Hudson Line: Yonkers 11

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

Although Grand Central Terminal may be the obvious gem of the Metro-North system, interspersed along all three of the main lines are many other beautiful stations. On the New Haven Line, I can’t help but think of New Haven Union Station, and of course Mamaroneck. On the Harlem, I’ve always...

Tuesday Tour of the Harlem Line: Hartsdale 4

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

When it comes to beautiful stations located on the Harlem Line, Hartsdale is definitely high on my list. Scarsdale’s station was built in 1902, and designed by Reed and Stem, in a neo-Tudor style. When Hartsdale’s station was built in 1912, architecture firm Warren & Wetmore modeled the style previously...