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From: (The Bibliographer)
Subject: Re: New Haven to NYC Railroad 1900
Date: 18 Jul 2001 20:28:32 -0400
In article <email@example.com>,
Rob Stieglitz <> wrote:
>Anyone familiar with the railroad in NYC Connecticut area circa 1900? I
>Was there a easy connection from New Haven through Mount Vernon, NY and
>Side of Manhattan at that time? Would it have been too expensive for the
>"common man" to travel that way? Round trip all in one day? If anyone has
>any information I would appreciate it!
Yes, the New York, New Haven and Hartford (NYNH&H), subsequently a
subsidiary of the Pennsylvania. In the period 1930-1960, it was the major
commuter line for the towns along its route. Most of its main line is
today a part of Metro North.
Regards, Frank Young
Post Office Box 2793, Kensington, Maryland 20891
"Videmus nunc per speculum in aenigmate... Nunc cognosco ex parte"