Subway and Westchester Construction Company

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    The New York City and Westchester Railway Company was incorporated in New York in 1888 to build a line from Portchester in Westchester County down into New York City. The line was to parrallel the line of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad.

    The company was in existence for 10 years, but no construction ever occured.

    The company's charter was forfeited in 1898.

    In 1902, its assets - along with the assets of the New York, Westchester & Boston Railway - were consolidated to form the Subway and Westchester Construction Company, with company offices in Mamaroneck.

    There is no evidence that any of these entities were anything more than paper companies.

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    New York City & Westchester Railway Company Bond Certificate
    New York City & Westchester Railway Company Bond Certificate
    New York City and Westchester Railway Company
    $195.00
    Subway and Westchester Construction Company Stock Certificate
    Subway and Westchester Construction Company Stock Certificate
    Subway and Westchester Construction Company
    $19.00
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