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Tuscarora Almanac for March 13
Posted by IRTRedbirdR33 on Wed Mar 13 09:54:56 2019
Tuscarora Almanac – March 13, 1918 – The Book of First Runs
Brooklyn, New York
Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company
67 Foot Steel subway cars are assigned to the No. 10 Myrtle Avenue-Chambers Street Line. The No. 10 had been using wooden Gate Cars since it began operating in 1914.
Source: New York Division Bulletin /February 1997, article by Mr. Bernard Linder
Tuscarora Almanac – March 13, 1968 – The Book of First Runs
Manhattan, New York
New York City Transit Authority
148th Street-Lenox Terminal opens for service. It is located in the Lenox Avenue Yard with an entrance at West 149th Street and Seventh Avenue. It will be served by No. 3 trains at all times.
Source: New York Division Bulletin /June 1968
Tuscarora Almanac - March 13, 1998 - The Book of Last Runs
Long Island, New York
Long Island Railroad
The Long Island Railroad closes seven stations today. Five are on the Montauk Branch in Queens; Penny Bridge, Haberman, Fresh Pond, Glendale and Richmond Hill. Also closed are Mill Neck on the Oyster Bay Branch and Holtsville on the Mainline.
Source: New York Division Bulletin /April 1998, article "Long Island Railroad Closes Ten Stations" by Mr. Larry Kiss