New Haven Railroad, Passenger Station (Rye, NY)

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New Haven Railroad, Passenger Station (Rye, NY)

Rendered Perspective of Station Building

Drawings   18  browse all »

Site Plan
Rendered Perspective of Station Building
Traffic Pattern Studies for Circulation around Station

Correspondence   1  browse all »

Letter

After taking the helm of the New Haven Railroad, Patrick McGinnis launched a redesign of the organization's logo, trains and passenger stations. On Florence Knoll's recommendation, McGinnis hired Breuer to design new stations for New London, CT. and Rye, NY. Breuer and Herbert Beckhard worked together on the project creating a rectangular stone building with clerestory windows wrapping around three sides and a wall of plate glass facing the covered platform by the tracks. Like the station for New London, this building was never constructed.