Image from page 18 of “How to know New York City : a serviceable and trustworthy guide, having its starting point at the Grand Union hotel, just across the street from the Grand Central depot” (1900)
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Title: How to know New York City : a serviceable and trustworthy guide, having its starting point at the Grand Union hotel, just across the street from the Grand Central depot
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: Sweetser, M. F. (Moses Foster), 1848-1897 Ford, Simeon, 1855-1933 Durst, Seymour B., 1913- former owner. NNC
Publisher: New York : Press of J.J. Little & Co.
Contributing Library: Columbia University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: The Durst Organization
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Mallory & Co., Agents,Pier 20, East River. New-York and Charleston Steamship Company.—New York toCharleston, S. C. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 3 p.m.Pier 29, E. R. Fares, first cabin, ; excursion, . Ocean Steamship Company.—New York to Savannah, Mondays,Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, 3 p.m. New Pier 35, N. R.,foot of Spring Street. Fares, first cabin, ; excursion, . G.M. Sorrel, Agent, on Pier. Old Dominion Line.—New York to Norfolk, Va. Daily, exceptSunday, 3 p.m. Pier 26 (new), N. R., foot of Beach Street. Fares,to Norfolk, Va., ; excursion, . Old Dominion Line.—New York to Richmond, Va. Daily, exceptSunday, 3 p.m. Pier 26, N. R. Fares, to Richmond, ; excur-sion, . Old Dominion Company, Office on Pier. River and Sound Steamboats.—Foreigners sailing into New-YorkHarbor for the first time are amazed at the grandeur of the Riverand Sound steamers. Nearly all are side-wheelers, usually paintedwhite, and many are of great size and speed.
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J 8 How to Know New York. The famous steamers 44 Massachusetts and Connecticut of theProvidence Line, from Pier 29, North River, run direct to Providence,connecting for Boston, Worcester, Nashua, Concord, White Mountains,Bar Harbor, and all points north and east. They are equipped withsvery luxury, and are veritable floating palaces. For those who are not good sailors, and are troubled with seasickness, the inside route to Boston, via the Stonington Line, is alwayspopular. It is entirely within the limits of Long Island Sound, and5except in cases of extreme weather, is usually a very quiet, easy,restful trip. The principal lines, with their location, and the best way of reachingthem from the Grand Union Hotel, are shown below. All ElevatedRailroads have stations at 42d Street. N. R., = North River. E. R.,== East River. LONG-ISLAND SOUND STEAMERS. Name of Line. New Yorkto — Start from Footof — Elevated Station and LineNearest. Stonington Line.Providence Line.Norwich Line.Fall-River
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