Where does the North Train in the New York Metro run?


Quick Answer

New York's Metro North Railroad system has two northbound lines: the Hudson Line and the Harlem Line. Metro North's New Haven Line goes in a northeast direction, while its Port Jervis and Pascack Valley Line take a northwest direction.

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The Hudson, Harlem and New Haven Lines originate from Grand Central Terminal. The Hudson Line's first stops are Harlem and Yankee Stadium, and the line stays along the Hudson River's east bank. Notable stops along the Hudson Line include Yonkers, Tarrytown and Peekskill. The Hudson Line ends at Poughkeepsie.

Some of the New York City stops on the Harlem Line include Harlem and Fordham. The Harlem Line then stays near New York's border with Connecticut. Other notable stops on the Harlem Line include Scarsdale, White Plains, Mount Kisco, Katonah and Patterson. The Harlem Line ends at Wassaic.

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