Posts with the label New York
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April 02, 2015

WCBS-TV New York Celebrates New York and New Jersey | Television

 

WCBS-TV New York Celebrates 1970s

WCBS-TV New York Celebrates New York and New Jersey


In the 1970s we still had local television, not just the local news. 

 

Here is WCBS-TV New York (Channel 2) in New York celebrating New York:

 


And here they are with several short spots  celebrating New York and New Jersey! 



 

I have intensely nostalgic feelings watching these videos. I remember them so well. 

 

They played constantly on Channel 2, especially late at night. I was so young, both of my parents were still alive, and watching TV was fun! 

 

Now I'm not so young, my parents are both gone, and I rarely watch television.

 

I’m glad to find these treasures on YouTube, especially because most people didn’t have VCRs yet and so much of it was not recorded. 

 

I really miss local New York television, which really doesn’t exist anymore. 

 

I wrote more about late-night local television here:

 

Late Night Local TV and Saturday Night Discomania

 

Also check out:  


Positively New Jersey!

 

Thanks for visiting New Jersey Memories!

 

WCBS-TV New York Celebrates New York and New Jersey | Television

April 02, 2015

July 14, 2010

Abandoned Trains in New York State

Abandoned train

Mark and I went on a trip to Cooperstown, New York in July 2009 to visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame

 

As we drove around the beautiful New York State countryside, we discovered these abandoned trains somewhere around the little hamlet of Maryland, New York.



Abandoned train in New York State
Abandoned train in New York State
Abandoned train in New York State
Abandoned train in New York State
Abandoned train in New York State 

Also check out these posts on trains!

 

Whippany Railway Museum, Part 1

Whippany Railway Museum, Part 2

Whippany Railway Museum, Part 3

 

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Abandoned Trains in New York State

July 14, 2010