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Fun And Embarrassment With Names And The Alphabet

The last time I was in New York City, I brought home a MetroCard-themed mouse pad from the Transit Museum Store at Grand Central Terminal. 430 more words

Riders plan for longer commute on Metro-North as repairs continue after East Harlem fire

GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL, Manhattan — One day after an intense fire beneath the Park Avenue Viaduct in East Harlem, Metro North continued to run trains on a Saturday schedule. 275 more words

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Metro-North expected to resume Wednesday after East Harlem fire suspends service

EAST HARLEM, Manhattan  — Metro-North is expected to run on an alternate schedule Wednesday morning after a large fire underneath an East Harlem train suspended service. 455 more words

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Feds release gas in NYC subway to study for potential attack


NEW YORK (AP) — Men in orange vests released a harmless, invisible, odorless gas on a subway platform at Grand Central terminal on Monday, part of a test of how air moves through tunnels and — potentially — how a biological contaminant would travel through the nation’s biggest transit system during a terrorist attack. 319 more words

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Lot of Trivia on New York Central Railroad History

One of the items we follow is a list of NY Central news items from Mark Tomlonson. Sometimes we comment on them.

April 17, 1826 The Mohawk & Hudson Railroad is chartered in New York State. 375 more words

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Minding Your Manners at the Transit Museum Annex

Anyone who rides public transportation on a regular basis probably has their own list of pet peeves related to their fellow riders’ actions. So when I heard that the… 505 more words

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INFOWORKS Great Railroad WebSite: 1980 Olympics, Troy Union RR and MORE

It all started out when we got a note from Richard O. Aichele from Information Works Inc. in Saratoga Springs, NY. He commented on one of our WebSites about “ 137 more words

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