River Line refers to several rail lines:
- River Line (Atlanta), the last Atlanta streetcar line, ceased operation in 1949
- River Line / River Subdivision (CSX), a freight rail line from northern New Jersey, to Selkirk, NY (CSX Albany Division / River Subdivision)
- River Line (New Jersey Transit) a diesel light rail in southern New Jersey that runs along the Delaware River between Trenton and Camden
River Line may also be:
- River Line (East Sussex), a Site of Special Scientific Interest in East Sussex, England
Other articles related to "river, river line, line, lines":
... CR 537 in Camden, Camden County, heading northeast on two-lane undivided River Road through urban industrial areas ... a set of railroad tracks used by New Jersey Transit's River Line and Conrail Shared Assets Operations ... and turns east through industry, passing over the River Line near the 36th Street Station ...
... Hamilton Avenue is a station on the River Line light rail system, located on Hamilton Avenue in Trenton, New Jersey ... This station was not in the River Line's original plans, but was added when the public demanded a stop to serve the Sun National Bank Center which opened in 1999 ...
... Junction Railroad and West Shore Railroad, renamed as Conrail's River Line, to go through northern New Jersey ... elevated track, known as the Marion Running Track, was built to connect the Passaic and Harsimus Line towards Kearny with the Northern Branch ... Northern Branch with a direct connection to other lines heading west and south at Marion Junction ...
... As of May 1, 2010 River Line fares are equivalent to a one-zone bus ride of $1.50 ... The line works under a proof-of-payment system, requiring all riders to have a validated ticket (validated prior to boarding the train), transfer, bus through-ticket, or a valid pass ...
Famous quotes containing the words line and/or river:
“The English never draw a line without blurring it.”
—Winston Churchill (18741965)
“The murmurs of many a famous river on the other side of the globe reach even to us here, as to more distant dwellers on its banks; many a poets stream, floating the helms and shields of heroes on its bosom.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)