of the remains of the New York Central's 60th Street yards. New York
Central Railroad's main freight rail yard once resided at this location.
The railroad tracks and right-of-way are still used by Amtrak
for the railroad's service to upstate New York and Montreal, Canada.
Large cranes begin the construction of Trump's new condominiums for the area. The elevated West Side Highway carries motor vehicles over the property.
The last vestiges of New York Central's 60th Street yards are being dug up, and concrete is being poured in order to construct the foundations for the new buildings.
A profile view of the yards and the West Side Highway from the new Hudson River Greenway bike path. Buildings will soon rise from this property, removing yet another piece of New York City transportation history.
The Henry Hudson Parkway/West Side Highway combination was elevated in this area to carry the parkway's roadway over the railroad yards. Although most remnants of the yards are long gone, the parkway is still elevated in this area - and the basic design remained this way even after the viaduct underwent an extensive reconstruction project in the early 1990's.
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