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Ossining Station

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Ossining station is a commuter rail stop on the Metro-North Railroad's Hudson Line, located in Ossining, New York. It is one of two express stations on that line south of Croton?Harmon, along with Tarrytown, that serve most trains, excluding peak hour trains to/from Poughkeepsie. The Hudson River Railroad reached Ossining on September 29, 1849, opening the village up to industrial development along the waterfront and allowing farmers inland to ship their produce to the markets of New York City. The Ossining train station provides commuter rail service to Grand Central Terminal in New York City or Croton-Harmon and Poughkeepsie via the Metro-North Railroad?s Hudson Line.

The Hudson Line is a commuter rail line owned and operated by the Metro-North Railroad. It runs north from New York City along the east shore of the Hudson River, terminating at Poughkeepsie. The line has 20 stations departing from Grand Central and ending in Poughkeepsie.

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Ossining, NY