I thought I'd resurrect this thread as I have a question on the scope of operations at this yard.
1. Curious as to whether any of our newer posters with copies or original track maps can answer my earlier question on the NH once running at grade through Mamaroneck (i.e. pre-viaduct, and old Mamaroneck station before the current (or should I say "former") station building.
2. In relation to 1., the current Marval industrial track ends where Blood Brothers auto wreckers was formerly located (that parcel has been cleared but as far as I know remains undeveloped). Would this have been the at-grade tracks? I find that doubtful but really can't discern where the tracks may have been.
3. During the NH's operation of this yard, how extensively was the yard utilized? I seem to remember quite a few more tracks back along Railroad Way, and it wasn't solely for Marval or its predecessors, if any, on the east side of Fenimore. Since the area west of Fenimore was a public street (RR Way), I remember walking along it, and seeing many more box cars and not just hoppers. Did the area west of Fenimore have team or bulk tracks? I remember at one point there may have been a lumber yard back there; what type of industry is left back there?
Thanks in advance.
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