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Tuscarora Almanac for September 11

Posted by IRTRedbirdR33 on Wed Sep 11 09:52:29 2019

Tuscarora Almanac - September 11, 1905 - The Book of Wrecks

Manhattan, New York
Manhattan Railway Company

A southbound 9th Avenue El train derailed at 53rd Street. The second car left the el structure and landed in the street. Twelve people were killed and over forty injured.

Source: "Subways of New York City" by Oscar Israelowitz and Brian Merlis

Tuscarora Almanac – September 11, 1952 – The Book of Last Runs

White Plains, New York
New York Central Railroad
Harlem Division

This is the last day of steam-locomotive operation on the Lower Harlem Division. (i.e. east (or south) of Brewster. The final run is made by Pacific type Class K-11e 4549.

Source: “New York Central Steam on the Harlem and Putnam Divisions” (The Railroad Press / 2006) by Mr. Edward L. May and Mr. Richard L. Stoving

Tuscarora Almanac - September 11, 1977 - The Book of First Runs

Jamaica, New York
New York City Transit Authority
Queens Bus Division

A new bus route known as the Q-49 Jamaica Avenue Limited begins service today. It will operate along Jamaica Avenue between 168 Street and Queens Boulevard stopping only at 160 Street and Sutphin Boulevard replacing the Jamaica Avenue subway line which was cut back to Queens Boulevard. Free Transfers are issued at that location to the subway trains.

Tuscarora Almanac - September 11, 2001 - The Book of Wrecks

Manhattan, New York
Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation

A seven car train of PATH PA series cars is badly damaged when World Trade Center Tower 1 collapses. The train was laid up on track one. The consist was PA-4 845, PA-1's 139, 143, 612, PA-3 750, PA-2 160, and PA-3 745. PA-1 143 is now on display at the Trolley Museum of New York in Kingston. PA-3 745 is at the Shore Line Trolley Museum in East Haven, Connecticut.

Larry, RedbirdR33


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