Woodlawn Extension

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  1. Botanical Garden
    Aluminum; 58 x 12 x 1"; Like the site for which it was named, Botanical Garden station originates back to the 1890's. Learn More
  2. Fordham
    Aluminum; 58 x 12 x 1"; This station is situated directly west of the Rose Hill campus of Fordham University. It is part of the Fordham Plaza complex which is served by several Bronx and Westchester bus routes. Learn More
  3. Grand Central Terminal
    Aluminum; 58 x 12 x 1"; According to the travel magazine "Travel + Leisure" in its October 2011 survey, Grand Central Terminal is "the world's number six most visited tourist attraction", bringing in approximately 21,600,000 visitors annually. Learn More
  4. Harlem - 125th Street
    Aluminum; 58 x 12 x 1"; Harlem-125 Street station is the only station besides Grand Central Terminal that serves all three lines east of the Hudson River. Trains leave for Grand Central Terminal, the Bronx and the northern suburbs regularly. Learn More
  5. Melrose
    Aluminum; 58 x 12 x 1"; This station was renovated, with the northbound platform moved out from underneath the overpass to its current location in 2006. Learn More
  6. Tremont
    Aluminum; 58 x 12 x 1"; When Tremont station was originally built in the late-19th Century, it contained a station house over all four tracks. The station house no longer exists today, but the platforms and staircases leading to the East Tremont Avenue bridge still remain to this day. Learn More
  7. Williams Bridge
    Aluminum; 58 x 12 x 1"; Williams Bridge Station, which was originally built sometime in the 19th Century, was at one time in close proximity to the 210th Street Learn More
  8. Woodlawn
    Aluminum; 58 x 12 x 1"; From 1848 until the 1920s, Woodlawn Station was the only stop in the Bronx shared by both the New York Central and New Haven Railroads until it was moved to Fordham Station. Learn More

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