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Starting its life as a combination of the Boston-Worcester line and joining with a New York State-Connecticut-Western Massachusetts line, the Boston and Albany later became part of the New York Central Railroad system, then Conrail and then CSX, which it remains today.
Exclusion of an deserted New York Central Railroad bridge on Route 13 and repairs of the snowmobile trail in the town of Williamstown are the tasks to be carrired out by the venture.
This is not new; in 1883, when questioned by a reporter about the discontinuance of an express mail train that was popular with the public, New York Central Railroad magnate and Robber Baron William Henry Vanderbilt responded 'The public be damned
The powerful New York Central Railroad proposed a far-reaching plan to bury a major rail line running through Riverside Park, as well as construct an elevated track south of 34th Street, 99 years ago this month.
And others, like that of the New York Central Railroad, did not contain any of the procedures from the Special Order.
Clausen begins her tale with the heyday of Cornelius Vanderbilt's New York Central railroad, which by the early twentieth century had consolidated its power in the new Grand Central Terminal, described by the author as an "extraordinary synthesis of a complex, dynamic, futuristic transportation hub, a stately, monumental Beaux-Arts building, and lofty City Beautiful Movement civic ideals.
That bankruptcy marked the sorry end of two of America's greatest rail systems--the Pennsylvania Railroad and the New York Central Railroad.
Steel and New York Central Railroad, control supply chain pricing power to such an extent that the federal government took away that power with the establishment of antitrust laws that are still with us today.