List of smaller islands in New York City

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The Arthur Kill is a tidal strait that separates New Jersey (above) from Staten Island (below). Outerbridge Crossing (NJ/NY highway 440) connects the two, at the south end of Staten Island. Crossing its north end is the Goethals Bridge. The water body perpendicular to the Arthur Kill in New Jersey is the Rahway River. which divides Carteret on the south (left) and Linden on the north. The island in Arthur Kill is Prall's Island.

In addition to the three principal islands of New York CityManhattan Island, Staten Island and part of Long Island—each borough contains several smaller islands. New York City contains about 36 to 42 islands in total.[1]

The Bronx[edit]

Brooklyn[edit]

Manhattan[edit]

Queens[edit]

Staten Island[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New York's Treasure Trove of Tiny Islands". 11 October 2011.