Re: Bronx freight houses

Monk Alan <Alan.Monk@...>

Ah.. just answered my own question... plate 009
shows it as the Lehigh Valley's Bronx Terminal.

Can anyone point me in the direction of references for this please,
either print or online??


-----Original Message-----
From: Monk Alan
Sent: 29 January 2008 12:27

I know the lower pair, CNJ (plot #2316) and Harlem Terminal
(plot #2319)
and both well documented on and off-line... BUT! What's the one
further up the Harlem River, by the 149th St bridge (plot

I have plans (one day...) to build either the CNJ or HT yards,
operations fascinate me, stocked and destocked using carfloats
staging!) and just endless switching ^_^

London, UK

-----Original Message-----
From: Westerfield
Sent: 29 January 2008 02:49

Some time ago someone posted a photo of a circular freight
house. A member of the NYC_transit_modelers_group posted this
map of the
Bronx in 1942 which shows quite a number of pocket yards, 3 of
appear to have circular freight houses:


- Al Westerfield





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