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Thank you Gaetan during peak hours "rush hour" it can get packed it might take over an hour to clear the tunnel area if traffic is bad then forget about it, if there is an accident.

holaba Muchas gracias por su visita, y su bonito mensaje,hace tanto lo siento, ahora revisando mis fotos mas queridas encontre, el suyo, y QUE VIVA PANORAMIO gracias a ello encontramos estos lindos parajes en el mundo Saludos ciao Rebeca

Thank you Warner I know this was the old SIRT "Staten Island Railway Transit Northern Branch I don't know the name of this old station though...

Thank you Warner greetings from above the Kill Van Kull on the Bayonne, yes it is an interesting bridge, and pretty scenic views from it!

Thank you Warner greetings from above the Kill Van Kull

Thank you Warner right now you can't walk on this bridge because it is under construction they are raising it for taller boat traffic.

Just the Dealership's name there is a lot of Hudson names here I guess of the Hudson River but its located in Hudson County New Jersey. i know the reference of the Hudson automobile you are talking about, yah I know they were nice cars. I'm not 30 years old yet but I have seen Hudson automobiles at those classic car shows..

If you see the satellite view to the right of my photo here, you can see the NX drawbridge back in the early 70's the line stopped crossing the Passaic River and that Bridge was in the movie Annie. To locals of the neighborhood we call it simply the Annie Bridge. As for this portion of the Newark Branch I call it the Western section from Newark, NJ up to Passaic, NJ. No trains come this far south anymore unless a customer reopens the oil business here at the current of the line. There is talk extending the Newark Light rail at Broad Street up to Paterson, NJ via using this line. That would mean upgrading the line for lightrail use, that would be a good thing! :-)

Here is a better image of the lift, from my understanding it was moved here to this park from about a half mile down on the bay. Just to showcase what the industry was like here... Richard A. Rutkowski Park

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