Hi-cubes and fruit cans

At our favorite New York Central train-watching spot, we turned down free apricots
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Between the 1910s, when the New York Central electrified its approach to New York City along the Hudson River with a third-rail, direct-current system, and the second half of the 20th century, freight cars increased in size dramatically. Sometime aro...

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Before Penn Central

Before Penn Central

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