Marion Junction

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Marion Junction (New Jersey) - History
... The junction was a simple one, with both lines merging towards the east, allowing both railroads to access the east side of the Palisades and the Hudson River ... Long Dock Tunnel through Bergen Hill and Marion Junction became a minor transfer point ... Lake Railway, NY GL) began using trackage rights over the Erie route to Marion Junction in order to reach the PRR cut ...
Passaic And Harsimus Line - Route Description
... as GeoRSS Map of all microformatted coordinates Place data as RDF The line begins at a junction with Amtrak's Northeast Corridor at Lane 40°41′31″N 74°11′54″W / 40.69188°N 74.1982°W ... West Hudson and then across the Harsimus Branch Lift Bridge over the Hackensack River to Marion Junction 40°44′16″N 74°04′25″W / 40.737665°N 74.07372°W / 40.737665 -74.07372 (Mario ... The P H Line past Marion Junction is now a secondary connection through the Journal Square Transportation Center 40°43′56″N 74°03′47″W / 40.732141°N 74.06 ...
Northern Branch - History - Conrail & CSX
... freight trains typically used the New Jersey Junction Railroad and West Shore Railroad, renamed as Conrail's River Line, to go through northern New Jersey ... Around 1994, a short elevated track, known as the Marion Running Track, was built to connect the Passaic and Harsimus Line towards Kearny with the Northern Branch ... connection to other lines heading west and south at Marion Junction ...
Marion Junction (New Jersey)
... / 40.737665°N 74.07372°W / 40.737665 -74.07372 (Marion Junction) Marion Junction is a railroad junction in western Jersey City, New Jersey ... The track actually making the connection is known as the Marion Running Track ...

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