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This world is filled with sad souls...

And they’re not even the kinds attacked by the occasional “blues”. They are the kinds that have really grey souls, the shadowed ones who, no matter what they do, never seemed to find their sunny places. 151 more words

Thoughts

Hyde Park, New York Railroad Station in the Hudson Valley.

Hyde Park was the home of President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Find out more about trains run for Presidents of the United States.

A post card from our collection. 16 more words

Railroads

The Spring Street Freight House is located in Jeffersonville, Indiana.

It is a site on the National Register of Historic Places.

It was placed on the Register in May 2007, after being nominated by the Indiana Department of Transportation. 389 more words

Railroads

Buckingham Branch Railroad

The Buckingham Branch has 6 interchanges with Class I Railroads. Three interchanges each with CSX and Norfolk Southern give our customers freight connections to anywhere in North America and to the Port of Virginia. 153 more words

Railroads

Union Pacific's Bailey Yard versus NewHaven's Cedar Hill Yard

Union Pacific’s Bailey Yard

Union Pacific Railroad’s Bailey Yard in North Platte, Nebraska, is the largest railroad classification yard in the world. It was named in honor of former Union Pacific President Edd H. 426 more words

Railroads

Route of the O&W Main Line

The O&W came into New York as a tenant of the West Shore subsidiary of the New York Central. O&W tracks from Middletown ended in Cornwall-on-Hudson. 319 more words

Railroads