Port Washington

Port Washington is the name of some places in the United States of America:

  • Port Washington, New York
  • Port Washington, Ohio
  • Port Washington, Wisconsin, a city
  • Port Washington (town), Wisconsin, a town

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List Of Streetcar Lines On Long Island - New York and North Shore Traction
... in 1902 and was originally known as the "Mineola Roslyn Port Washington Traction Company," then renamed 1907 ... Northern Boulevard abandoned 1920 now the Q12 bus Port Washington Line Port Washington Mineola Main Street (Port Washington), Port Washington Boulevard ...
New York State Route 101 - Route Description - NY 101
... Country Club before curving back to the north and entering Port Washington ... In Port Washington, NY 101 passes Nassau Knolls Cemetery and narrows to become a four-lane undivided highway as it enters the center of the hamlet ... at an intersection with Astor Lane, at which point Port Washington Boulevard is continued by Middle Neck Road and designated as CR 101 ...
Pennsylvania Station (New York City) - Services - Metropolitan Transportation Authority - Long Island Rail Road
... to Long Beach Montauk Branch to Babylon and Montauk Oyster Bay Branch to Oyster Bay Port Jefferson Branch to Huntington and Port Jefferson Port Washington Branch to Great Neck and ...
Monfort Cemetery
... Monfort Cemetery is located 250 feet (76 m) east of the intersection of Port Washington Boulevard (NY 101) and Main Street in Port Washington, New York, United States ... It contains 118 graves of some of the earliest Dutch settlers of Cow Neck (as today's Port Washington was then known) and their descendants, buried from 1737 to 1892 ...
Port Washington, Wisconsin - Popular Culture
... Step by Step, the sitcom was set in Port Washington, but the City does not have a roller coaster and the Letterman Jackets are green not maroon as seen in the ...

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