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Public Transportation: North American rail systems
Comprehensive list of the tram, trolley, light rail, heavy rail, subway, commuter rail systems in North America. Find out who owns them, who runs them, where they go, what equipment they have.
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railway
Original purpose of the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western was to bring Scranton to the world. In the process, it became a major trunk line. It was a very important link for commuters in New Jersey. Lackawanna had a 34-mile branch to Ithaca. It ran between Owego on the DL&W main line and the college town of Ithaca on Cayuga Lake. It had important branches to Utica and to Syracuse to Oswego. It even had a branch to the resort community of Richfield Springs.
Commuters, Car Culture and Ecology
Interesting Stuff - Ecology and railroads. Just Around the Corner by Bertrande H. Snell. Subway straps: where did they go? Penn Central and New York Central Commuter Cars. Ridership stats for most of the commuter rail services in the US. Most railroad passengers today are commuters. Taxpayers underwrite part of this cost and the ride is now more comfortable and the future more secure than ever before.
Railroads West of the Hudson like The Warwick Valley
New Jersey's Answer To Tehachapi. Route that the Sealand container trains take from Buffalo to New York. I've got an old stock certificate from the Warwick Valley Rail Road Company which became the Lehigh & Hudson River RR. New York, Susquehanna & Western. Campbell Hall. Tower XA.
New Zealand Bus Museum
A site for NZ bus enthusiasts with a record of buses in public and private collections throughout New Zealand. Tracking the location of some of the older New Zealand buses. In the future NZ bus history articles.
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