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Muoversi in treno a New York - Foto https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Acela_Express_and_Metro-North_railcar.jpg The train is a medium used by commuters from neighboring cities to reach New York. It can also be a great way to get out of town. From here you can easily reach cities such as Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington D.C. connected by the fast train Acela Express. You can then reach more remote destinations such as Adirondack, Toronto, Niagara Falls and Chicago.
In Manhattan there are two main train stations, the Grand Central Terminal and the Penn Station.
Grand Central Terminal
87 E 42nd St (& Park Ave.), New York, NY 10017
Web: www.grandcentralterminal.com
The Grand Central serves as a terminal for the Amtrak trains of the Northeast Corridor in the direction of Boston and those of the Metro-North Railroad always in the north direction, with the lines Harlem, Hudson, New Haven.
Penn Station
7th Ave. & west 32nd St.
Web: www.amtrak.com
Here depart the Amtrak trains of the Northeast Corridor in the direction of Washington D.C., those of the NJ Transit, towards New Jersey, then there is the Metro-North Railroad with two lines that follow the west bank of the Hudson River in a northerly direction (Port Jervis line and Pascack Valley) and the LIRR, Long Island Rail Road, whose network covers the island of Long Island.
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Grand Central Terminal
Northeast Train Routes (Amtrak)
South Train Routes (Amtrak)
Metro-North Railroad
Penn Station (Amtrak)
Penn Stations (New Jersey Transit)
Penn Station (Long Island Rail Road)

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