Central Terminal

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20th Century Limited - History
... Henry Dreyfuss was commissioned by the New York Central to design streamlined train sets in Art Deco style, with the locomotive and passenger cars rendered in blues and grays (the colors of the. 1957 the all-Pullman train made station stops only at Grand Central Terminal and Croton-Harmon for New York–area passengers and LaSalle Street Station and Englewood for Chicago-area passengers ... If trains ran on schedule they would pass halfway not far west of Buffalo Central Terminal ...
Central Terminal LRT Station
... Central Terminal LRT Station, sometimes called Central, Manila City Hall, or Arroceros LRT Station, is a station on the Manila LRT Yellow Line (LRT-1) ... Like all other LRT-1 stations, Central Terminal is above-ground ... Central Terminal is one of the four stations and terminals in the whole LRT-1 system that allows commuters to catch a train going in the opposite direction without paying a new fare, due to the terminal's ...
Buffalo Central Terminal - History - Planning and Construction
... Station was proposed to be built on the site of the future Central Terminal, but it never happened ... The New York Central (NYC) had two stations in Buffalo in the early 20th Century the Exchange Street Station and the Terrace Station ... The New York Central decided to build the new Buffalo Central Terminal 2.5 miles (4.0 km) to the east, in order to relieve both rail and grade crossing congestion and to be ...
Manila Light Rail Transit System - History
1984, and the first half of the Yellow Line, from Baclaran to Central Terminal, was opened on December 1, 1984 ... The second half, from Central Terminal to Monumento, was opened on May 12, 1985 ... to premature wear and tear that trains headed to Central Terminal station had to slow to a crawl to avoid further damage to the support beams below as cracks ...

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