Bronx Terminal

What I am building.

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This is a very rare shot showing the entire terminal. This image appeared in Michael Krieger’s book “Where Rails Meet the Sea”, which I highly recommend to anyone with an interest in railroad/water transportation.

Taken in 1944, this image shows the round freight house, yard, and car float attached to the apron. In the background can be seen the Willis Avenue and the Tribourough Bridges.

The curved three way turnouts at the lower left of the image is “Part 6” of the build. Just peeking around the corner of the freight house is the idler car and the corner of CNJ 1000. Best viewed from the large version of the image.

To see a very large version of this image click here…


About the Author:

I'm your host, Tim Warris, a product developer in Port Dover, Ontario. Since March of 2007 I have been documenting the construction of the former CNJ Bronx Terminal in HO scale. For my day job, I design track building tools for Fast Tracks, a small company I own and operate. Fast Tracks makes it fast and easy to hand lay your own trackwork. Stop by our website to learn more!

Posted by: Tim | 04-13-2007 | 10:04 AM
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