The Belvidere Delaware Railroad (Bel Del) was a railroad running along the east shore of the Delaware River from Trenton, New Jersey north via Belvidere to Manunka Chunk. It served as part of the Pennsylvania Railroad system, carrying anthracite coal from northeastern Pennsylvania. ...more on Wikipedia about "Belvidere Delaware Railroad"
The Centre Street Bridge was a double-decker bridge over the Passaic River connecting Newark and Harrison, New Jersey. The lower level was opened in 1834 and always carried rail tracks, while the upper level was built in 1911 for rapid transit and later converted to a road. The upper level was known as Route 158. At the west (Newark) end it ran just south of Saybrook Place, ending at Park Place. The east (Harrison) end was at Second Street between Essex Street and Taft Place (those streets carried traffic east from the bridge). ...more on Wikipedia about "Centre Street Bridge (Newark)"
The Lower Trenton Toll Supported Bridge, commonly called the Lower Free Bridge, Warren Street Bridge or Trenton Makes Bridge, is a two-lane through truss bridge over the Delaware River between Trenton, New Jersey and Morrisville, Pennsylvania, owned by the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission. It is known as the Trenton Makes Bridge because of large lettering on the south side reading "TRENTON MAKES THE WORLD TAKES", installed in 1935. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lower Trenton Bridge"
The Mercer and Somerset Railway was a short-lived line of the Pennsylvania Railroad in western New Jersey, built to delay completion of the Delaware and Bound Brook Railroad, part of the National Railway line (later owned by the Philadelphia and Reading Railway) from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to New York City. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mercer and Somerset Railway"
The New York and Long Branch Railroad was a railroad in central New Jersey, running from Bay Head Junction in Bay Head to Perth Amboy, where it connected to the Central Railroad of New Jersey's Perth Amboy and Elizabethport Railroad. The railroad was jointly owned and operated by the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Central Railroad of New Jersey. It is now part of New Jersey Transit's North Jersey Coast Line, owned by Conrail. ...more on Wikipedia about "New York and Long Branch Railroad"
New York Cross Harbor Railroad operates the only rail-float barge operation in the New York Harbor. NYCH serves businesses on both sides of the harbor with daily crossings between Jersey City, New Jersey and Brooklyn, New York. The trip takes 45 minutes to cross the harbor as compared to shipping overland via CSX's Selkirk Terminal which can take up to 5 days round trip. NYCH operates from its 27 acre Greenville Terminal Yard in Jersey City and its 6 acre Bush Terminal Yard in Brooklyn. On the west side of New York Harbor, the NYCH interchanges rail cars destined for the CSX Transportation and Norfolk Southern railroads at Conrail Shared Assets Operation's Oak Island interchange yard, New Jersey. On the east side of the harbor, the NYCH interchanges rail cars with the New York and Atlantic Railway in Brooklyn for railcars whose destinations are Long Island, the northeast United States or Canada. NYCH also connects with the New York City Transit subsidary South Brooklyn Railway (SKB) NYCH offers dockside and shipside delivery and is able to handle high and wide cargo, as well as other special commodities. ...more on Wikipedia about "New York Cross Harbor Railroad"
The Northeast Corridor (NEC) is the busiest passenger rail line in the United States. The route is fully electrified and serves a densely urbanized string of cities from Washington, DC in the south through Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York City to Boston. It also has branches connecting Philadelphia with Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Stamford, Connecticut with Danbury, Connecticut; New York City with Albany, New York, and several other commuter destinations. ...more on Wikipedia about "Northeast Corridor" This text is made for shortopedia
The Pennsylvania Tunnel and Terminal Railroad was an important part of the Pennsylvania Railroad system, comprising the tunnels and approaches from New Jersey and Long Island to New York Penn Station. The Long Island side was used mainly by the Long Island Rail Road, a PRR subsidiary. Many other railroads had trackage rights over one half or the other. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pennsylvania Tunnel and Terminal Railroad"
The Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad was a railroad from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Trenton, New Jersey that became part of the Pennsylvania Railroad system. The majority of it is now part of Amtrak's Northeast Corridor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad"
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