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Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: August 8, 1937
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15323
Description: A view of the Woodside trolley car barn. At the time of this writing, partial remains of the structure, including the two brick towers, still stand at the intersection of Woodside Avenue and Northern ... More
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: May 2, 1937
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15359
Description: A view of the Jamaica trolley line cut that leads to Parsons Blvd; looking southwest near 164th Street and 85th Avenue.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: January 1, 1937
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15407
Description: A view of the Jamaica trolley line right of way, looking north from somewhere along 90th Avenue, in Jamaica.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: January 1, 1937
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15203
Description: A view of the Jamaica trolley line looking north on 164th Street from a point north of the Grand Central Parkway.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: January 1, 1937
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15282
Description: A view of the Jamaica trolley line looking north on 164th Street from a point north of Union Turnpike.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: January 1, 1937
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15350
Description: On a pole at right, in the middle distance amidst the trees, is the Kissena Park switch of the Jamaica line of the New York and Queens Transit Corporation.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: January 1, 1937
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15344
Description: A trolley car is seen crossing a culvert in Kissena Park, in Flushing.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: January 1, 1937
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15267
Description: A trolley car on the Jamaica line of the New York and Queens Transit Corporation runs on Kissena Park Hill in Flushing.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: January 1, 1937
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15283
Description: A trolley car on the Jamaica line of the New York and Queens Transit Corporation runs on Kissena Park Hill in Flushing.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: January 1, 1937
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15456
Description: A view of the Jamaica line's trolley tracks, looking north on 164th Street from a switch at Black Stump Road (now 73rd Avenue).
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: January 1, 1937
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15445
Description: A view of the Jamaica line's trolley tracks, looking north on 164th Street. Flushing Cemetery is in the distance at right, and Kissena park is to the left.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: January 1, 1937
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15442
Description: A view of the Jamaica line's trolley tracks, looking north on 164th St. from Nassau Boulevard (now the Long Island Expressway service road). Mount St. Mary's Cemetery is beyond the fence at right.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: January 1, 1937
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15290
Description: A view of the Jamaica line's trolley tracks, looking north on 164th Street. Mount St. Mary's Cemetery is beyond the fence at right, and the North Hempstead Turnpike crossing is in the background at le ... More
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: January 1, 1937
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15194
Description: A view of the trolley right of way at 87th Avenue and Parsons Boulevard. At right is the driveway entrance to the Jamaica Normal School, now the site of Hillcrest High school
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: January 1, 1937
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15430
Description: A view of the trolley tracks near 87th Avenue and Parsons Boulevard, identified as the "Normal School cut'" the right-of-way next to the Jamaica Normal School (now the site of Hillcrest High School.)