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Paterson & Hudson River Railroad Co.
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Topographic strip map of the Hudson River Valley from Waterford to New York City, showing drainage, relief by hachures, county and township boundaries, cities and towns, roads and canals. Indicates the track of the Hudson River Railroad and the "line surveyed but not adopted." Chartered in and consolidated with New York Central Railroad. The President and Directors of the Paterson and Hudson River Railroad Location and General Description of Property. The railroad of The President and Directors of the Paterson and Hudson River Railroad Company, herein called the Paterson and Hudson River, is located entirely within the State of New Jersey and extends from Bridge Creek, Jersey City, to Paterson, miles, with miles.
Feb. 10, New York & Erie Railroad begins through ticketing of passengers to and from New Jersey Railroad's Jersey City station over Paterson & Hudson River and Paterson & Ramapo Railroads; requires changing cars at gauge break in Suffern, N.Y.; NJRR provides separate ferryboat for New York & Erie passengers to Erie pier at Duane Size: 67KB. Make Offer - to Huron Western Railroad, Hecla Co., Pere Marquette RR Documents NR Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. Receipt Freight Charges Winchester Virginia $
The railroad's main challenge was to build up the side of the trap rock escarpments that formed the western boundary of Paterson. Eventually the engineers created a wide curve to the west and north of Paterson gradually working up the escarpment until reaching the level of the Passaic River.(3) But such grand designs had to wait. THE PATERSON AND RAMAPO RAILROAD On 'Ma , the Paterson and Ramapo Railroad Company was incorporated by the New Jersey State Legislature. The incorporators were authorized to construct a railroad from a suitable place in or near the town of Paterson to some suit able point or points in or near the division line 1 2.
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From the Hills to the Hudson: A History of the Paterson and Hudson River Rail Road and Its Associates, the Paterson and Ramapo, and the Union Railroads [Walter Arndt Lucas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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FROM THE HILLS OF THE HUDSON () A History of the Paterson and Hudson River Rail Road and its Associates the Paterson & Ramapo & the Union 3/5(1). Erie Railroad Company: Subject: Union Railroad Company: Subject: Paterson and Ramapo Railroad Company: Subject: Paterson and Hudson River Rail Road Company: Other copies: Look for editions of this book at your library, or elsewhere.
Get this from a library. Charters of the Long Dock Company: and the Paterson and Hudson River and the Paterson and Ramapo Railroad Companies, Paterson & Hudson River Railroad Co. book the supplements thereto. Also the agreements and leases affecting said roads and assigning them to the New York and Erie Railroad Company.
[New York and Erie Railroad Company.]. Railroad Names Starting with "O or P" Old Colony Railroad; Oswego & Syracuse Railroad; Palmer & Machiasport Railroad; Palmyra & Jacksonburgh Railroad; Paterson & Hudson River Railroad; Paterson & Ramapo Railroad; Pennsylvania Coal Co Railroad; Pennsylvania Railroad; Peterborough & Shirley Railroad (MA) Peterborough & Shirley Railroad (NH.
The Paterson and Ramapo Railroad ran its first train through Ramsey from Paterson to Suffern in Then you could get a horse and wagon to take you to the Suffern Erie station where the Branch Line runs over to Piermont.
The Paterson and Hudson R.R. would take you from Paterson to Jersey City where you could take a ferry to New York.
The Hudson River. and the. Hudson River Railroad— Published by Bradbury and Guild. HUDSON RIVER, in many points of view, may be considered one of the most important streams in the world.
It cannot vie with the Mississippi, or the Ohio, and other rivers, either in size or extent; but, in all other respects, it is altogether their superior. A year later, it acquired two small lines, the Paterson & Hudson River Rail Road and Paterson & Ramapo Railroad, to reach Jersey City, New Jersey via Suffern, New York.
At Jersey City, the Erie went on to construct Pavonia Terminal along the Hudson River to. A lot of the Paterson routes (where I grew up), were abandoned aroundaccording to the Hamm book. At one time, you could do a circle route around Paterson, but all that survived in later days was the Hudson River Line.
The bridge on Broadway over the Passaic River to Elmwood Park still has the trolley wire support loops on its concrete. Paterson and Hudson river railroad company 1 work Search for books with subject Paterson and Erie Railroad Company, Paterson and Ramapo railroad company, Union Railroad Company.
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The Paterson and Hudson River Railroad was a railroad that operated in New Jersey and connected the cities of Jersey City and Paterson. The railroad was started in and connected with the Paterson and Ramapo Railroad in Paterson. The two lines provided a shorter.
Rogers became interested in locomotives and with his extensive machinery experience, he studied and dismantled an English locomotive purchased by the Paterson and Hudson River Railroad. Inafter making extensive drawings, the firm announced plans to manufacture its own locomotives.
Erie Railroad Terminal. The Erie Railroad Terminal Building circa After the Hudson and Manhattan Railroad tubes (now PATH) opened inpassengers no longer were required to complete the journey to New York City via ferry, but could opt instead to transfer to the new underground rail system to their : Patrick Shalhoub.
Since the s the Hudson River waterfront has been the focal point for the area's development. By the mid s, the Morris canal had reached the Jersey City basin just as tracks were being laid through Bergen Hill by the New Jersey Railroad and Transportation Company in unison with the Paterson and Hudson Rating: % positive.
The Paterson and Hudson River Railroad was a railroad that operated in New Jersey and connected the cities of Jersey City and railroad was started in The company was the first in the United States to build moveable bridges for rail, crossing the Passaic River and Hackensack River.
Originally the Paterson and Hudson River Railroad used a fleet of horses to pull the train cars. From the "Hills to the Hudson", a History of the Paterson and Hudson River Rail Road and its associates, the Paterson and Ramapo, and the Union railroads.
The term Rail Road is the proper usage and wasn't combined till later in time. The abbreviated title for the New Jersey Railroad is as displayed on their cars is N.J.R.R.& sometimes the. From the hills to the Hudson, a history of the Paterson and Hudson river rail road and its associates, the Paterson and Ramapo, and the Union railroads.
[Walter Arndt Lucas] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Walter Arndt Lucas. Find more information about: # Paterson and Ramapo Railroad Company.\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. The Paterson and Hudson River Railroad was a railroad that operated in New Jersey and connected the cities of Jersey City and railroad was started in The company was the first in the United States to build moveable bridges for rail, crossing the Passaic River and Hackensack River.
Originally the Paterson and Hudson River Railroad used a fleet of horses to pull the train. New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Company: Report of the board of directors to the stockholders / (New York: [s.n., ) (page images at HathiTrust) New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Company: Rules and regulations for the guidance & instruction of emplyés.
Grand central station and Harlem line. I have a book with old pictures of my town. A map showed a trolley going from the NJT Broadway train station to the Hudson River. It was operated by the "INTERBOROUGH R. CO." I know automatically that it was the same IRT that opened the first NYC Subway.
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and the Mohawk and Hudson had already begun to operate. A branch of the Delaware and Hudson was is service at Honesdale, Pa., and the Camden and Amboy, the Paterson and Hudson River- later to become part of the Erie System- as well as several other railroads were in existence in Included are volumes of Erie Railroad Company real estate records, ; minutes of the Pension Board,the Nominating Committee of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, and annual reports of the New York and Greenwood Lake Railroad Company, and the Sharon Railway Company, in the matter of the sale of the property of the president and directors of the paterson and hudson river railroad company to the erie railroad company.
martha k. van riper, appellant, v. the president and directors of the paterson and hudson river railroad company, respondent. the supreme court of new jersey. argued janu