Abandoned Rails of Maybrook

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Maybrook, NY, once hosted one of the largest yard complexes east of the Mississippi. The yard was operated by the Central New England Railroad, a subsidiary of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. These pictures were taken circa 1975. (1975, submitted by John Fasulo)

All evidence of Maybrook yard is now gone but for a single track coming from Campbell Hall.

Tom koller
Denver, CO
10/5/2015

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Once the Poughkeepsie Bridge over the Hudson burned, it was over for the Maybrook. Now a FedEx facility.

Walter Imhof
Manorville, NY
10/6/2015

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One silver lining - the Poughkeepsie Bridge that burned is now a pedestrian bridge "Walkway Over the Hudson" https://walkway.org/

Ali
Rock Tavern, PA
12/15/2015

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One silver lining - the Poughkeepsie Bridge that burned is now a pedestrian bridge "Walkway Over the Hudson" https://walkway.org/

Ali
Rock Tavern, NY
12/15/2015

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