Harlem Line. The Harlem Line goes back to the New-York and Harlaem Rail-Road, opened from City Hall to Harlem in stages from 1832 to 1837. It ran on the street surface or on ground located in unconstructed streets. The line was extended to Williams Bridge (north Bronx) in 1842 and on beyond the present city in 1844.. "/>
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