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NY Central Railroad's West Side Freight Line
The Hudson River Line opened in 1849. Below 30th Street, railroad cars drawn by horses funneled goods from the West Side railyards to Spring Street, with stops that today's subway riders will recognize: 23rd Street, 14th, Christopher. Steam engines replaced horses in 1867. 1934 saw the completion of the elevated West Side Freight Line. Decline and fall of the line in the 1960's to 1980's.
Abandoned Railroads: New York State and Other
All about abandoned Railroads. A lot about the West Shore Railroad from NY to Buffalo and the Lake Ontario Shore Railroad. Other abandonments in New York State and elsewhere in the Eastern US. Check out the routes on Google Earth.
StahlArt: Industrial History and Architecture
photography on industrial architecture and history, exploration of a past time, featuring mines, steelworks and other industrial installations in Europe and the USA.
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Roads To Nowhere.