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It creates a redevelopment of the railyards, which is the third largest transportation hub in New York, as well as this arena.
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In Vietnam, specific targets such as railyards or major bridges were objects of Alpha strikes, while Rolling Thunder operations cycled smaller, free-lancing missions in search of specified types of targets.
I grew up poor – really, really poor – in a small post-war tract home sandwiched between the Erie Canal and the railyards.
The High Line isn't finished yet - Phase Two will open in 2010 and will extend to 30th street, while the fate of the railyards section to 34th street is still unclear.
Meanwhile, Brookfield Properties is optimistic that it will start construction within a year on a long-planned, two-tower office development to be built on a platform over the railyards at Ninth Avenue and 33rd Street.
And since, at first, plug-ins would be used for limited service around railyards, charging stations can be readily installed nearby.
On most weekdays in recent years, giant tractor-trailer and dump trucks loaded with tons of rocks, earth and sludge have been rumbling out of the Sunnyside, Queens, railyards in low gear and turning onto Northern Boulevard.
I can't go into all the details for lack of space, but the Shrine sat in a vast semi-deserted area of railyards oft overrun by bad guys.
Georgia spent $500 million between 1995 and 2005 building docks and railyards at the port of Savannah.
It stands on Via Giolitti, next to the squalid railyards of Stazione Termini, Rome's answer to Penn Station.
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