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Title Ad, Erie Railroad: "We've Changed Stations"; re changing trains to Erie-Lackawanna Terminal, Hoboken; published in Trains, Dec. 1956.
Object Name Ad, Magazine
Catalog Number 2010.007.0258
Collection Hoboken Railroad Collection
Credit Museum Collections. Gift of a friend of the Museum.
Scope & Content "We've Changed Stations"; full page ad by Erie Railroad as published in Trains: The Magazine of Railroading, December 1956, inside front cover.

Clipped leaf, 7-3/4" x 11" high.

Text is in notes. Note the Lackawanna Terminal at Hoboken is now called Erie-Lackawanna Terminal. Does not mention the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad except as referenced by the name of the terminal.

Text discusses the three ways to reach Hoboken including Rockefeller Center Motor Coach, Barclay Street Ferry and the Hudson and Manhattan Tube Trains. Map at right shows the routes. It does not show street or highway routes in New Jersey for driving to Hoboken.
Notes We've Changed Stations.

ALL ERIE TRAINS
(except certain commuter trains)
NOW ARRIVE AND DEPART
from the ERIE-LACKAWANNA STATION
in HOBOKEN New Jersey
instead of Jersey City

3 FAST, CONVENIENT ROUTES SERVING NEW YORK CITY

ROCKEFELLER CENTER MOTOR COACH
Direct service between the Hoboken Station and Rockefeller Center Terminal in midtown Manhattan, via the Holland Tunnel. Intermediate stops: inbound, along Eight Avenue at W. 32nd Street and at W. 42nd Street; outbound, W. 34th Street at Eighth Avenue (Hotel New Yorker).
This is a special service provided by the Erie exclusively for the convenience of passengers traveling between New York City and points west of Goshen, New York. Ordinary hand baggage is carried free and transferred for you at all stops. Please buy motor coach tickets, when you buy your rail tickets, or from your conductor (they are not sold after arrival in Hoboken). The fare is one-dollar, including tax.

BARCLAY STREET FERRY
You can enjoy frequent, direct ferry boat service without charge, between Barclay Street in downtown Manhattan, and the Erie-Lackawanna Station in Hoboken. Schedules are arranged to connect with all through trains.

HUDSON & MANHATTAN TUBE TRAINS
Frequent service via H & M Tube Trains to 33rd Street and 6th Ave., in midtown Manhattan or downtown to Hudson Terminal at Church St. is available at Hoboken-fare, twenty-cents.
For further details, see your Erie ticket agent or conductor.

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Legend - Motor Coach Service
Route between Rockefeller Center and Hoboken
Intermediate Stops in New York City
Outbound
W 34th St. at 8th Ave. (Hotel New Yorker)
Inbound
8th Ave' at W 32nd St.
8th Ave. at W. 42nd St.
Date 1956
Year Range from 1956
Year Range to 1956
Search Terms Erie Railroad
Erie Lackawanna
Lackawanna Terminal
Hudson & Manhattan Railroad
Caption inside front cover - Erie Railroad ad
Imagefile 076\20100070258.TIF
Classification Transportation
Railroads
Advertising
Buses
Ferry