Newark and New York Railroad

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CRRNJ Terminal nära Four Corners i centrala Newark.

Newark and New York Railroad var ett järnvägsbolag som körde passagerare i New Jersey, mellan centrala Newark och Communipaw Terminal över Hackensackfloden och Passaicfloden.

Historia[redigera | redigera wikitext]

23 juli 1869 öppnades linjen mellan centrala Newark och Communipaw Terminal.[1] 1872 öppnade en linje från Newark South till Elizabeth över Newark Bay via bron CRRNJ Newark Bay Bridge. Linjen byggdes för att New Jersey Railroad-linjen mellan Exchange Place och Newark skulle bli avlastad.[2][3][4]

Service[redigera | redigera wikitext]

Stad Station Tåg började gå Tåg slutade gå Stationens Status
New York Liberty Street[5][6][7]
West 23rd Street[7][8] Pier 63 vid Hudson River Park
North River (Hudson River)
Jersey City Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal[5][6][7][9] 1864 30 april 1967
Communipaw[5][6][7] Liberty State Park (HBLR station) ligger precis norr om den gamla stationen.
Pacific Avenue[7]
Arlington Avenue[7] Garfield Avenue (HBLR station)
Jackson Avenue[7][10][11] Martin Luther King Drive (HBLR station)
West Side Avenue[7] West Side Avenue (HBLR station)
Bayfront
Hackensack River
Kearny[7] Kearny Station
Passaic River
Newark Newark Transfer[7]
East Ferry Street Station[7] Spår och station är borttaget
Ferry Street[7]
Broad Street[7]
40°44′1″N 74°10′16″V / 40.73361°N 74.17111°V / 40.73361; -74.17111
terminalbyggnaden finns kvar, spår borttaget, nu Prudential Center

Källor[redigera | redigera wikitext]

  1. ^ Opening of Newark and New York Railroad New York Times, July 24,1869
  2. ^ Importance of the New Railroad to Newark”. The New York Times. March 4, 1866. http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=F00C13FE3859107B93C6A91788D85F428684F9. 
  3. ^ NEW-YORK AND NEWARK RAILROAD; Enthusiastic Meeting in Newark-Abuses of the New-Jersey Railroad Denounced--Resolutions in Support of a New Road--Importance of Proper Communications with New-York”. The New York Times. February 14, 1866. http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=F5071FF73959107B93C6A81789D85F428684F9. 
  4. ^ Article 1 -- No Title”. The New York Times. February 16, 1866. http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=FB0917FE3859107B93C4A81789D85F428684F9. 
  5. ^ [a b c] Travelers' official Guide of the Railways. National Railway Publication Company. 1970-06-01 
  6. ^ [a b c] Travelers official Guide of the Railways. National Railway Publication Company. June 1893 
  7. ^ [a b c d e f g h i j k l m] Timetable (1925), Service schedule (Newark and New York), Central Railroad of New Jersey, http://timetables.m72express.com/scans/CNJ-NewarkWeekday1925.jpg 
  8. ^ https://archive.is/20120525161050/timetables.m72express.com/scans/CNJ-NewarkWeekday1941.jpg
  9. ^ ”Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal”. http://www.njcu.edu/programs/jchistory/Pages/C_Pages/Central_Railroad_of_New_Jersey.html. Läst 6 december 2009. 
  10. ^ Jackson Avenue Station
  11. ^ Jackson Avenue Station