National Geographic : 1936 Nov
Photograph by Fairchild Aerial Surveys FERRIES, CAR FLOATS, OCEAN LINERS, TUNNELS BENEATH THE RIVER BED, APPROACH ATRAFFIC HONEYCOMB This cluttered portion of the Jersey City freight yards and Hoboken Terminal of the Lackawanna Railroad is opposite the Canal Street section ofManhattan. To the right is the Ferry Station. The Erie Railroad's projecting pier at the left is used by the Dollar Steamship Lines. To the extreme left are the Erie's Jersey City yards and beyond those tracks is the entrance plaza of the Holland Tunnel. The Erie is a major carrier of California citrus fruits (page 572).