All New for 2023 Historical track maps of the long-gone IRT Manhattan and Bronx Els of the early-to-mid 20th Century. They're all here: Second, Third, Sixth, and Ninth Avenue Lines. All the old routes--and even their marker signal codes--are included! In addition, the never-built IND Second System tracks as envisaged in 1930, including the Second Avenue Subway and South Fourth St., plus connections to the existing IND are presented for the first time ever, along with an expanded introduction section and a table of contents.
As always, the book depicts every track (with track numbers), every yard, every station, and many diverging route home signals. The book also encompasses the latest capital improvements, signal changes and track/signal renewal projects, including the newly-reopened 42nd St. Shuttle reconfiguration. As with past editions, Grand Central, the Park Avenue tunnels, Penn Station, PATH, and the Staten Island Railway track maps are also included. Current fleet data and train service requirements have also been updated.
Note that the PDF version is intended strictly for on-screen viewing and is not printable.
Great nyct track map alot better than before.
I buy this every couple of years. I don’t live in NYC, but I like to see what’s updated and the technical parts. Would love to see Amtrak under both rivers and the signal towers at Penn Station.
TRACKS OF THE NEW YORK CITY SUBWAY 2023.
It was great! The color format is really excellent.
A comprehensive, amazing work on the New York subway, shows me many new, unknown things about the subway.
My very own time machine
This book is a time machine of sorts for me! Having traveled over many subway (and Third Avenue el) routes during my youth, just seeing the track plans reminds me of those wonderful days gone by.