2nd Avenue Railroad Crossing, Light Replaced And Fast Gate Drop From Mechanism Malfunction
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2nd Avenue Railroad Crossing, Sacramento Light Rail Blue Line Outbound, UPRR MoW Construction
2nd Avenue Railroad Crossing, Clanton, AL
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The Second Avenue Railroad was a street railway company in Manhattan, New York City, United States. Its lines included the Second Avenue Line. The line ran from Peck Slip in Lower Manhattan to the Harlem River. It included branches to the 92nd Street Ferry along the 86th Street Crosstown Line and through 59th Street and First Avenue at the First Avenue Line. Between 1898 and 1908, it was leased by the Metropolitan Street Railway.
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