Poughkeepsie to Penn

At Poughkeepsie station I felt strangely at home at the old Reading station when I realised the platform (American English: track) numbering system.  Platform 2 is on the other side of platform 1…

The journey was rather uneventful along the Hudson river.

It ended at Penn Station.  Although built as part of the Pennsylvania train service in the early 20th century it was demolished and rebuilt in the 1960’s into a very modern looking station underneath Madison Square Gardens.

For daily pictures from this blog you can follow me on tumblr. at www.traveltash.tumblr.com and on Twitter @tash_higman.   You can follow the current journey ‘live’ by liking the Travel-Tales page on Facebook at  www.facebook.com/traveltalesorg where I also post additional small titbits that don’t fit into the twice-weekly blog posts.

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