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Central New England Railway in New York State
The Central New England Railway (CNE) came from northern Connecticut and west across the Hudson River in New York to Maybrook. It crossed the great bridge at Poughkeepsie. It later became part of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad. It is no more, but it has left a lot of fans.
This is my original website that I made back in 1996. Here you will find my links to all my pages from my doll collection, to my panda page, to my cat page to the webrings that I manage and lots more.
Once upon a time there was a B&M Railroad.
All about the Boston & Maine railroad. Where it went; when it was built; what happened to it. Into the 1980's, it was over 1400 miles long and operated in six states. Its main line went from South Portland, Maine, through the famous Hoosac Tunnel, to Rotterdam Junction, New York.
Off the Beaten Path - Explore and learn in the outdoors
Outdoor, travel and history site by two retired Boomers. It combines geocaching, letterboxing, munzees, orienteering and related activities with history, travelogues, tips and commentary. Our quests include historical sites, forts, battlefields, ghost towns, parks, urban exploration and back country wilderness. We seek out little known places to explore, photograph and write about. The more challenging or remote they are, the better we like it. We hope to promote lifelong learning and curiosity about our world, especially in young people. If you are looking for ideas to teach and motivate kids, get them active outside and have some fun together, this site offers a lot. There's no armchair traveling. We've been to every place on these pages. The content is ours. Most of it is Off the Beaten Path.
Our aim is to provide as many real content links for you. With over 20 years of experience of trawling the NET for good quality genealogy and related links, we now wish to save you time and effort by providing you this FREE service.
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