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Re: Putnam Railroad question

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Posted by Bob C on Thursday, March 11th 2021:

In Reply to: Re: Putnam Railroad question posted by Happy on Monday, March 8th 2021:

Happy: That was actually the Hudson line. It used to loop up to W231 St since Manhattan ended at about W230 St until they dug the Spuyten Duyvil canal that cut off Marble Hill from Manhattan. They eventually moved the rail road to the north side of the Spuyten Duyvil where is it now.

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