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Historically North White Plains was the end of electrification on the Harlem Line, so it was the starting point for local trains to Grand Central. The schedules are typically still organized that way, with local trains to Grand Central originating here. We began our local trip to Grand Central from here. The station has two high level platforms for three tracks. The above photo is from the south end of the platform looking north. The original station was a bit north of here (see below), but in this area for awhile there was a Holland Avenue station.
As we approach the station from the north we pass the location of the old station, which was in the parking lot on the left and was called the White Plains North Station. The current station is ahead.
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