Long Island Rail Road: Port Jefferson Branch (Images of Rail)

Download * Long Island Rail Road: Port Jefferson Branch (Images of Rail) PDF by ^ David D. Morrison eBook or Kindle ePUB Online free. Long Island Rail Road: Port Jefferson Branch (Images of Rail) Spectacle to behold Thoas S. Awesome book. Makes me nostalgic for the way things were riding the line in my youth, and love the history that came before.. Robert Kennedy said Very good LIRR book.. Enjoyed this book. Brought back memories of riding on the LIRR as a kid.]

Long Island Rail Road: Port Jefferson Branch (Images of Rail)

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Rating : 4.65 (635 Votes)
Asin : 1467120138
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 128 Pages
Publish Date : 2016-04-19
Language : English

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The author of four other railroad history books, including Long Island Rail Road Stations and Jamaica Station, he is a charter member of the Railroad Museum of Long Island and a member of the Oyster Bay Railroad Station Restoration Committee. . Morrison is a retired Port Jefferson Branch line manager and railroad historian. David D

Spectacle to behold Thoas S. Awesome book. Makes me nostalgic for the way things were riding the line in my youth, and love the history that came before.. Robert Kennedy said Very good LIRR book.. Enjoyed this book. Brought back memories of riding on the LIRR as a kid.

About the Author David D. The author of four other railroad history books, including Long Island Rail Road Stations and Jamaica Station, he is a charter member of the Railroad Museum of Long Island and a member of the Oyster Bay Railroad Station Restoration Committee. . Morrison is a retired Port Jefferson Branch line manager and railroad historian

The branch was not electrified until 1970 and that was only to Huntington Station, east of which is served by diesel and dual-mode locomotives.. The Long Island Rail Road is the oldest railroad in the country still operating under its original name. Between 1895 and 1938, the branch extended 10 miles east to Wading River. James. The Port Jefferson Branch serves 10 stations from Hicksville to Port Jefferson and carries nearly 20 percent of the railroad’s passenger traffic over its 32 miles of track. The oldest surviving station building constructed by the Long Island Rail Road is on this branch at St. Hicksville Station is the site of the October 8, 1955, “End of Steam Ceremony,”

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