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Tuscarora Almanac for April 15

Posted by IRTRedbirdR33 on Mon Apr 15 06:01:41 2019

Tuscarora Almanac - April 15, 1877 - The Book of First and Last Runs

Manhattan, New York
New York Elevated Railroad Company

The 9th Avenue El is extended from Bowling Green to South Ferry. The station at No. 7 Broadway is closed at or about this time.

Source: "Ninth Avenue El", article by Mr. Bernard Linder, April 1994

Tuscarora Almanac - April 15, 1912 - The Book of Last Runs

North Atlantic Ocean
White Star Steamship Line

The Royal Mail Ship "TITANIC" sinks after striking an iceberg in the North Atlantic off the Grand Banks of Newfoundland. Over 1500 passengers and crew are lost.

Tuscarora Almanac - April 15, 1918 - The Book of First Runs

The Bronx, New York
New York City Transit Authority
IRT Division

The Jerome Avenue Line is extended from Kingsbridge Road to Woodlawn Road.
New stations are opened at Bedford Park Boulevard, Mosholu Parkway and Woodlawn Road.

Tuscarora Almanac - April 15, 1919 - The Book of First Runs

Manhattan, New York
Interborough Rapid Transit Company

The IRT 7th Avenue - Varick Street Line was extended from Wall Street in Manhattan to Borough Hall in Brooklyn connecting to the Contract II Brooklyn Mainline. New stations are opened in Brooklyn at Clark Street and Borough Hall (the two level station used by 2 & 3 trains.)

Tuscarora Almanac - April 15, 1977 - The Book of First Runs

Manhattan, New York
New York City Transit Authority
IRT Division

The new northbound platform at Bowling Green Station on the IRT Lexington Avenue Line was opened today. It is a side platform located to the east of the northbound track. Hereafter the original island platform will only be used by southbound trains.

Tuscarora Almanac - April 15, 2000 - The Book of First Runs

Jersey City and Bayonne, New Jersey
New Jersey Transit Corporation

The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Line begins service between Exchange Place Station in Jersey City and 34 Street Station in Bayonne. Also opened was the section between Liberty State Park and West Side Avenue in Jersey City. The first train departed southbound from the Liberty State Park Station. The consist was ALRV’s 2028-2013. The consist of the second train was 2010 - 2027

New York Division Bulletin / May 2000,
Article by Mr. James Mattina and Mr. James Dell'Oglio.

Larry, RedbirdR33


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