Rails Under the Mighty Hudson

Download Rails Under The Mighty Hudson Author Brian J Cudahy Bassgrotto.co.uk Rails Under The Mighty Hudson Tells A Story That Begins In The Final Years Of The Nineteenth Century And Reaches Fulfillment In The First Decade Of The Twentieth Namely, The Building Of Rail Tunnels Under The Hudson River Linking New Jersey And New York These Tunnels Remain In Service Today Although One Is Temporarily Out Of Service Since Its Manhattan Terminal Was Under The World Trade Center And Are The Only Rail Crossings Of The Hudson In The Metropolitan Area.Two Of The Tunnels Were Built By The Hudson And Manhattan Railroad, A Company Headed By William Gibbs McAdoo, A Man Who Later Served As U.S Secretary Of The Treasury And Even Mounted A Campaign For The Democratic Presidential Nomination At One Point McAdoo S HM Remains In Service Today As The PATH System Of The Port Authority Of New York And New Jersey.The Other Tunnel Was Opened In 1910 By The Pennsylvania Railroad, Led To The Magnificent Penn Station On Eighth Avenue And 33rd Street, And Remains In Daily Service Today For Both Amtrak And New Jersey Transit.The Author Has Updated This New Edition With Additional Photographs, A Concluding Chapter On Recent Developments, And A Preface That Recounts The Last Trains Of September To The World Trade Center Terminal.Rails Under the Mighty Hudson

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  • Paperback
  • 112 pages
  • Rails Under the Mighty Hudson
  • Brian J. Cudahy
  • English
  • 23 April 2019
  • 0823221903

10 thoughts on “Rails Under the Mighty Hudson

  1. says:

    This is a short and sweet history of New York s railroad tunnels, from roughly 1900 to 1970 It covers in detail the history, design, and operation of the Hudson and Manhattan Railroad now PATH , the Pennsylvania Railroad tunnels to New Jersey and Long Island, and the interrelations between the two systems I use this infrastructure all the time and it s fun to read about where it came from and why it is the way it is For insta...

  2. says:

    This was good context for me, as I work with some of this infrastructure.

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