New York and North Shore Traction
The New York and North Shore Traction Company operated from northeastern Queens east into Nassau County. It was established in 1902 and was originally known as the "Mineola Roslyn & Port Washington Traction Company," then renamed 1907.
|North Shore Line||Flushing, Queens||Roslyn||35th Avenue, 39th Avenue, and Northern Boulevard||abandoned 1920
now the Q12 bus
|Port Washington Line||Port Washington||Mineola||Main Street (Port Washington), Port Washington Boulevard, Middle Neck Road, Old Northern Boulevard, Main Street (Roslyn), Mineola Avenue, Willis Avenue.||abandoned 1920
Now the N23 bus.
|Hicksville Line||Mineola||Hicksville||Westbury Avenue, Maple Avenue, Post Road, Union Avenue, Prospect Avenue, West John Street.||abandoned 1920
Includes part of the N22 bus.
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