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Thank you very much nonowax greetings from Jersey City, New Jersey.

Thank you Corey interesting to know.. As for this line it was built on old ROW of the CNJ RR before that this area was apart of the Morris canal. In New Jersey we have freight all over the state but for passenger mostly North East and Central part of the state. For Southern NJ only one actually rail line the Atlantic City Rail Line from 30th St Station in Philly to Atlantic City. Then for Lightrail transit we have three systems so far two electrified ones this one the Hudson Bergen Lightrail and Newark Light Rail. For South, NJ a lightrail that uses diesel powered cars from Camden to Trenton..

Thank you Gaetan yes it is the new skyscraper. 432 Park Avenue.. It is higher then 1 World Trade unless you count the antenna on top of World Trade.

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.


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