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GREENPORT

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FAST   TRAIN   TO   GREENPORT
ONE   HOUR,   FIFTY-SIX   MINUTES   FROM   LONG   ISLAND   CITY
 

THESE CIRCA 1915 PHOTOGRAPHS SHOW AN EASTWARD TRAIN WHICH WILL PROBABLY
SPLIT AT MANORVILLE, THE FIRST THREE CARS GOING TO AMAGANSETT OR MONTAUK.




SUMMER   1962   PHOTOGRAPH   OF   NUMBER   212,   ENGINE   1506   BARRELING   THROUGH   MANORVILLE.


THE   BEAUTIFUL   OBSERVATION   CAR   OF   NUMBER   212   IS   THE   "MORRIS   PARK".








DAVE KELLER SENDS THIS LOVELY CIRCA 1906 VIEW,












BY 1978 THE TRACKS NO LONGER RAN ONTO THE DOCK.




THE TWO CAR TRAIN WITH A D55 CLASS LOCOMOTIVE IS PROBABLY THE "SCOOT"
WHICH CARRIED PASSENGERS, MAIL AND EXPRESS BETWEEN GREENPORT AND AMAGANSETT.

BE SURE TO SEE "THE   SCOOT" - Click Here.





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