New York: A Guide to the Empire State

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Railroads: New York Central System; Erie R.R.; Delaware, Lackawanna & Western R.R. (D.L.& W.); Pennsylvania R.R. (Pennsy.); Long Island R.R.; Delaware & Hudson R.R. (D.& H.); New York, New Haven & Hartford R.R. ( New Haven); Baltimore & Ohio R.R. (B.& O.); Boston & Maine R.R.; Rutland R.R.; Lehigh Valley R.R. (Lehigh); Central Railroad of New Jersey ( Jersey Central); Staten Island Rapid Transit Ry.; Hudson & Manhattan R.R. ( Hudson Tunnels).

Highways: 85,000 miles of highways, 51,000 miles paved; 547 numbered State highways, including 13 designated as Federal. Rigid State police patrol. Federal gas tax, 1¢; State gas tax 4¢; tax on oil absorbed by vendor.

Bus Lines: Adirondack Transit Lines, Arrow Bus Line, Blue Bus Line, Champlain Frontier Coach Lines, Greyhound Lines, Hoosic Valley Coach Lines, Hudson Transportation Lines, Interstate Bus Corporation, Martz Lines, Peter Pan Bus Line, Short Line, Vermont Transit Lines, Blue Way Trailways, DeCamp Bus Lines, Edwards Lakes to Sea Stages, Flying Eagle Whiteway Lines, Gray Line, Old Colony Coach Lines, Lincoln Transit Co., Manhattan Transit Co., New England Transportation Co., Pan American Bus Lines, Public Service Interstate Transportation Co., Safeway Trailways, Yelloway Busses, Boston & Maine Transit Co.; numerous short lines.

Air Lines: American Airlines Inc., daily service at Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Binghamton ( Johnson City), and New York City; PennsylvaniaCentral Airlines, daily service at Buffalo; Airline Feeder System, Eastern Air Lines, Transcontinental & Western Air Inc., and United Air Lines, daily service at New York City; Pan American Airways, service at New York City (Port Washington, L.I.).

Boat Lines: Day line between New York and Albany (seeAlbany), with stops at intermediate points; lake steamer service between Buffalo (see

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New York: A Guide to the Empire State
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xv
  • Maps xix
  • General Information xxi
  • Calendar of Annual Events xxvii
  • The General Background 1
  • Cities and Special Points of Interest 179
  • Tours 377
  • Appendices 717
  • Bibliography 729
  • Index 741
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