New York Central Railroad Passenger and Freight Station

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New York Central Railroad Passenger and Freight Station
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New York Central Railroad Passenger and Freight Station is located in New York
New York Central Railroad Passenger and Freight Station
Location 815 Erie Boulevard East and 400 Burnet Avenue, Syracuse, New York
Coordinates 43°3′3.7908″N 76°8′23.5896″W / 43.051053000°N 76.139886000°W / 43.051053000; -76.139886000Coordinates: 43°3′3.7908″N 76°8′23.5896″W / 43.051053000°N 76.139886000°W / 43.051053000; -76.139886000
Area 3.7 acres (1.5 ha)[2]
Built 1936 and 19__
Architectural style Art Deco and __
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 09000701[1]
Added to NRHP September 11, 2009[1]

New York Central Railroad Passenger Station, in Syracuse, New York, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on September 11, 2009.[1]

The passenger station, built in 1936, is of Art Deco design. In 1962, New York Central Railroad moved to a smaller station in East Syracuse, New York, which was acquired by Penn Central Railroad in 1968, and later Amtrak in 1971.

It was later used as a Greyhound bus station.[2] Today it is used as the regional Time-Warner Cable headquarters.[3]

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Preceding station   New York Central Railroad   Following station
toward Chicago
Water Level Route
toward Oswego
Oswego – Syracuse Terminus
toward Rochester
Auburn Road
Terminus Syracuse – Massena
toward Massena