Across New York City, there are plenty of remnants of abandoned rail lines, some of which have been defunct for over a century.
No trains have stopped at the abandoned Westchester Avenue station in the Bronx since the 1930s. The Gothic-style station designed
The now-buried Tibbetts Brook once wound its way across the undeveloped land of the Bronx. A mobile wetlands is raising awareness for the river's daylighting.