Croton-Harmon (Metro-North Hudson Line, Amtrak's Empire Service, Ethan Allen Express, Adirondack, Lake Shore Limited and Maple Leaf)

Croton-Harmon station is located on the edge of Metro-North's Croton-Harmon Maintenance Facility and the train yards that surround it. The station has service at least every half hour at all times there is service. Almost every Hudson Line train stops here. As well as all Amtrak trains that run up the Hudson (The routes are Empire Service, Ethan Allen Express, Adirondack, Lake Shore Limited and Maple Leaf). The station has a very large parking lot with 1,973 parking spaces. The station is large with two overpasses (One includes the station waiting area and ticket office, the other is a smaller satellite location with just a TVM). One of the overpasses continues after the station as a employee only walkway to the shops. The station has three platforms for its four tracks. One platform is for tracks 3 and 1, one is for 1 and 2, and the last 2 and 4. The station has the center platform since the station is a terminal for all electric service since the line is diesel north of Croton-Harmon. The station was recently renovated and both overpasses are glassed, the station is completely ADA accessible with 4 elevators in the station: 1 to each of the 3 platforms, and the other down from the overpass to street level.

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(crotonharmon1) Looking down the platform for tracks 2 and 4 which is the farthest away from the parking lot. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 16 October, 2004 (crotonharmon2) Looking up at the overpass crossing over Track 2 at Croton-Harmon. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 16 October, 2004 (crotonharmon3) Looking out at the yards of the Croton-Harmon shops, from the station platform. The end of M-7a #4112 is in view. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 16 October, 2005 (crotonharmon4) Shoreliner #6150 'Eleanor Roosevelt' sits in the yard at Croton-Harmon. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 16 October, 2005
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(crotonharmon5) M-7a #4112 in the yard at Croton-Harmon. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 16 October, 2005 (crotonharmon6) M-7a #4112 in the yard at Croton-Harmon. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 16 October, 2005 (crotonharmon7) A level crossing in the yard at Croton-Harmon,. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 16 October, 2005 (crotonharmon8) Looking into the yard at Croton-Harmon. M-7a #4112 is inside it. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 16 October, 2005
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(crotonharmon9) Genesis P32AC-DM locomotive #210 in the yard at Croton-Harmon. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 16 October, 2005 (crotonharmon10) Looking down track two at Croton-Harmon. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 16 October, 2005 (crotonharmon11) A Croton-Harmon platform sign, and two recycling centers on different platforms. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 16 October, 2005 (crotonharmon12) The old Metro-North Commuter Railroad name and (M) logo on a sign at Croton-Harmon, the sign was installed before the new MTA logo and renaming to Metro-North Railroad. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 16 October, 2005
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(crotonharmon13) Genesis P32AC-DM locomotive #210, in the yard near Croton-Harmon, in front of some new M-7a's. Viewed through the glass from the top of a station overpass. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 16 October, 2005 (crotonharmon14) The yard scene at Croton-Harmon. Shoreliner #6309 is in the yard and has its front door open and steps down. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 16 October, 2005 (crotonharmon15) Looking south towards some M7a's in the yard and the edge of the platforms at Croton-Harmon. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 16 October, 2005 (crotonharmon16) Looking down the tactile warning strip on a platform at Croton-Harmon. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 16 October, 2005
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