Listen to The Danny Tisdale Show a HW Radio Podcast show with host Danny as talks Harlem rial line history with founder Emily, founder of iridetheharlemline.com. She is a Metro North train rider, a history lover and a rider of the Harlem Line all her life.
The site is a collection of her train-related thoughts, observations, photographs, and travels, as well as her never-ending hunt for intriguing Harlem historical artifacts. Continue reading
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Street scene from Lenox Avenue & 123 Street with the 1537 Metropolitan Street Railroad Harlem Trolley car heading uptown. Continue reading
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Join MMPCIA and John Krawchuk, Director of Historic Preservation
for NYC Dept of Parks, will share details about the various geographic and engineering studies, and financial analyses that support the restoration to save the Harlem Fire Watchtower
one of the oldest in the nation. Continue reading
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Harlem is a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Manhattan, long known as a major African-American residential, cultural, and business center. Continue reading
Harlem Biennale, in association with Grove Press, presents a series of lectures with author Jonathan Gill, who will discuss his book, Harlem: The Four Hundred Year History from Dutch Village to Capital of Black America, along with guest panelists on Harlem’s past, present and its place in American literature. Continue reading
A brief summary of significant events in Harlem history…
On this date in…
1658…The village of Harlem was created by Peter Stuyvesant as a northern outpost to protect the larger colony of New Amsterdam.
Get the entire Harlem history here.