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 Articles - Syracuse, New York
All three use the William F. Walsh Regional Transportation Center in the north of the city.
More recently, the city has seen a growing Latino population, and is also a resettlement center for refugees from Bosnia, Sudan (the "Lost Boys") as well as Somali Bantu refugees.
Throughout the late 1800s and early 1900s, numerous businesses and stores were established, including the Franklin Automobile Company, which produced the first air-cooled engine in the world, and the Craftsman Workshops, the center of Gustav Stickley's handmade furniture empire.
www.centralairconditioners.net /articles/Syracuse,_New_York   (3791 words)

  
 Syracuse, New York
Financing was finally approved in April 2004 to build a bridge that will allow OnTrack to reach the William F. Walsh Regional Transportation Center, Regional Market, and P&C Stadium;.
Both use the William F. Walsh Regional Transportation Center in the north of the city.
The city lies on Amtrak's Empire Service, Lake Shore Limited, and Maple Leaf lines.
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/syracuse__new_york   (3791 words)

  
 Encyclopedia article on Syracuse, New York [EncycloZine]
Financing was finally approved in April 2004 to build a bridge that will allow OnTrack to reach the William F. Walsh Regional Transportation Center, Regional Market, and PandC Stadium.
The line runs from Colvin Street on the city's South Side via Syracuse University and Armory Square to the Carousel Center.
Islam is also has a presence in Syracuse, with the Islamic Society of Central New York Mosque on Comstock Avenue and Muhammad's Study Group on West Kennedy Street.
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 Articles - Syracuse, New York
Financing was finally approved in April 2004 to build a bridge over Park Street that would allow OnTrack to reach the William F. Walsh Regional Transportation Center, Regional Market, and Alliance Bank Stadium.
The line runs from Colvin Street on the city´s South Side via Syracuse University and Armory Square to the Carousel Center.
Born or brought up in the city of Syracuse:
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 Syracuse Salty Dogs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Syracuse's main bus and train station, the William F. Walsh Regional Transportation Center is located adjacent to the stadium and is served by Amtrak, Greyhound, and Trailways.
OnTrack has a Carousel Center station, which is only a short walk from the stadium.
The official club name was Syracuse Football Club, under the Syracuse Pro Sports Group, and it was founded in 2003, when the Salty Dogs played their first season, which they ended 11-12-5.
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 OnTrack
Financing was finally approved in April 2004 to build a bridge that will allow OnTrack to reach the William F. Walsh Regional Transportation Center, Regional Market, and Alliance Bank Stadium.
Alliance Bank Stadium (Planned): Formerly P&C Stadium, home of the Syracuse Skychiefs AAA Baseball team.
There is also a flag stop called 600 Eire Place, and seasonal service to Jamesville.
ontrack.ask.dyndns.dk   (409 words)

  
 OnTrack - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Financing was finally approved in April 2004 to build a bridge that will allow OnTrack to reach the William F. Walsh Regional Transportation Center, Regional Market, and Alliance Bank Stadium.
In order to be profitable, OnTrack would have to have about 500 riders a day, but it draws about 60.
The Colvin Street station has mostly failed to attract ridership, but this could be blamed on OnTrack's operating hours, which do not include morning rush hour service.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/OnTrack   (546 words)

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