Love Among the Ruins

March 1980
New Yorker;3/17/1980, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p31
The article focuses on the assumption that the establishment of the New York Dock Railway could help provide better service to the industries in New York City. The problems encountered by the industries during the transportation of their products are discussed. The way how the New York Dock Railway could make the transportation of industrial products easier, faster, and less expensive is also offered.


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