So in addition to Pulver Gas in Bridgehampton, and I'm guessing Eastport Feed??? Which other customers have vanished? Does Nassau-Suffolk still receive cars in either Huntington or Pt. Jeff?
NYCS wrote:Red placemarks on this map:I remembered your map, but couldn't quickly find the link yesterday.
I'm sure there are plenty more, but the map is only a recent project.
tj48 wrote:Amerigas in Wyandanch has been vacant for quite awhile now. The tracks are still in place but the large holding tanks that were on the property have been removed. All vehicles on the property are gone. The filling room where you used to get your barbeque tanks filled has been cleared out. With Wyandanch going through its 'rising' it may be only a matter of time before the whole property is 'redeveloped'.For the heck of it, I went to the Amerigas website and checked 'ALL' locations on the search(there are different types like tank exchange or cylinder refill).
BAY SHORE, NY—August 8, 2013 – Paraco Gas Corporation, the largest independent propane supplier in the Northeast, has acquired the Long Island, New York, customer base of AmeriGas, the company announced today.
With the acquisition, Paraco Gas, a family owned and operated business that has been serving residential, commercial and industrial customers in Nassau and Suffolk County for more than three decades, will now have 40,000 customers on Long island.
AlKaLI wrote:I can't remember. Was Manufacturers Corrugated Box located in Maspeth near Coca Cola (north of Lower Montauk) ever a customer of the NY&A? Or did they close down before?This article indicates they were still there in 2008, well into the NY&A era, although the ground area was contaminated
I tried googling about their plant closure and came up empty. Eventually the whole factory building was torn down and I think Coca-Cola took over the space
An industrial site at the corner of 57th Street and Grand Avenue, in Maspeth, has been determined to contain contaminating chemicals, representing a “significant threat to public health and the environment,” according to the state Department of Environmental Conservation.
According to a letter circulated by the NYSDEC, the roughly two-acre site — currently home to Manufacturers Corrugated Box Inc., and the warehouse for Feldman Lumber — has received a Code 2 classification, which deems the threat “significant,” requiring that further investigative and remedial action be taken.