along First Avenue, we see a profile view of an old locomotive. This
one doesn't look like it has done much work in a while.
At the northernmost corner of the CHRR yard, old brick factories and warehouses are found in the area. Cobblestone streets peek through the hastily laid asphalt, and tracks twist and turn past the buildings.
A view of the yard, looking south. The old steam pipes hover overhead.
We come across an old, colonial-style building. Inside a restaurant, banquet hall, and deli reside. This building is quite unique, and may be of interest to any New York City building historians that may visit this site.
This is the main Cross Harbor Railroad building, where some of the CHRR's offices reside.
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