Railroad Car Floats In New York City


A Gateway to the Metropolitan New York/New Jersey Region

The New York New Jersey Rail, LLC is part of the national transportation rail system and moves rail freight by rail barge across NYC Harbor. NYNJR carries a wide range of goods to include Food & Consumer goods, Recyclables, Building Materials, Scrap, Brick, Lumber, Plastic, and Large Steel Beams.

NYNJR provides a logistic solution to the New York New Jersey Metropolitan area by providing rail, marine transportation and key land assets for transloading operation. With several rail yards located near highway connections in both Jersey City, New Jersey and Brooklyn, New York, our efficient shortline railroad and marine service serves a host of customers

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NYNJR FACILITIES
  • Greenville Rail Yard – Jersey City, New Jersey, a 27 acre site just off the New Jersey Turnpike at interchange 14A, located within the Port Jersey Industrial Complex with a waterfront rail bridge.
  • 65th Street Rail Yard – Brooklyn, New York, a 33 acre site just off the BQE with a waterfront rail bridge.
  • 51st Street Rail Yard – Brooklyn, New York, a 6 acres site just off the BQE
  • Direct track connection to the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal (SBMT) SIMS 30th Street Facility, and the South Brooklyn Rail
  • Port Jersey Industrial – Track connections to several warehouse and transloading facilities within the Port Jersey Industrial Complex area Jersey City, New Jersey
Transload Opportunities
Rail – Marine – Truck

INDUSTRIAL & OFFLINE TERMINAL RAILROADS
OF BROOKLYN, QUEENS, STATEN ISLAND, BRONX & MANHATTAN:

COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF FLOAT BRIDGES
LOCATED THROUGHOUT NEW YORK HARBOR

1866 – Present

New York’s Last Cross-Harbor Railway Chugs On as Alternative to Trucks

Barges Float Boxcars Into Town, Sludge Out; Cocoa Beans at the Bottom of the Bay

 

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