Leaving Grand Central Terminal we pass 125th Street Station in Harlem and cross into the Bronx at Mott Haven.Hudson Division trains turn out here while Harlem Division trains and "Yankee Trains" continue straight through the multi-track interlocking. Check out Harlem Division, Putnam Division and New Haven Railroad stations.This used to be two separate stations with Harmon being the larger of the two and also the site of the maintenance shops for the electric locomotives that entered New York City. On the other side of the Hudson River we notice another railroad. Meeting the West Shore at Kingston are the Wallkill Valley Branch heading through New Paltz to a meeting with the Erie Railroad; and the Catskill Mountain Branch to Oneonta.Our next stations are Rhinecliff and Hudson before arriving at Albany At Schenectady, there was an interlocking that controlled access to the Troy & Schenectady Railroad.It is home to the Statue of Liberty, Niagara Falls, and Wall Street. × Disclaimer : All efforts have been made to make this image accurate.However Compare Infobase Limited, its directors and employees do not own any responsibility for the correctness or authenticity of the same.
New York City is the largest city in the state, and is home to prominent attractions such as the Grand Central Terminal, Times Square, and Empire State Building.
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As we reach the mighty Hudson River and head North, a swing bridge carrys a rail line South to Penn Station, today's destination for Amtrak.
This line used to extend even further South and was known as the West Side Freight Line.