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Encyclopedia > Hudson River Park

Hudson River Park extends from 59th Street to Battery Park (New York) in Manhattan. The promenade of Battery Park City is an extension of Battery Park. ... The Borough of Manhattan, highlighted in yellow, lies between the East River and the Hudson River. ...

It is a joint New York State and New York City collaboration resulting from the ultimate settlement of plans for the dismantelment of a 550-acre park (the biggest in Manhattan since Central Park from West 59th to the tip of Manhattan) Category:New York state parks A Central Park landscape Central Park (, ) is a large public, urban park (843 acres or 3. ...

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Hudson River - encyclopedia article about Hudson River. (3440 words)
The Hudson River Railroad was chartered the next year as a continuation of the Troy and Greenbush south to New York City, and was completed in 1851.
The width of the Lower Hudson River required major feats of engineering to cross, the results today visible in the Verrazano Narrows and George Washington Bridges, as well as the Lincoln and Holland Tunnels and the PATH and Pennsylvania Railroad tubes.
The Hudson River serves as a political boundary between the states of New Jersey and New York, and further north between counties in New York.
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