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Whitestone Branch

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Former Route Of The Abandoned Whitestone Branch of the Long Island Railroad 1869-1932.

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Whitestone Branch Dime Community Bank

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Dime Bank's Whitestone Branch Video

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Aerial view of Fort Totten, Bayside, Whitestone & ThrogsNeck Bridge.

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Golf City Aero Slide On 20Ave, Flushing, College Point, Whitestone NY.

The Whitestone Branch was a branch of the Long Island Rail Road, running north and east along the left bank of the Flushing River from the Port Washington Branch near the modern Willets Point/Flushing sections of Queens, New York. It crossed the river on one of the three bridges that were later torn down for the Van Wyck Expressway, then ran north along Flushing Bay and east along the East River to Whitestone.
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