Railroad Park (Bronx)
Named for the nearby Metro-North Melrose station, this park features a large lawn with walking paths, a playground, and many benches shaded by large trees. At the south entrance to the park is a brick building with archways reminiscent of some structures found in Central Park. Not to be confused with Railroad Park in Queens.
A very small neighborhood park at Courtlandt Avenue from East 161 Street to East 162 Street in the Bronx
Founded August 18, 1896 — 125 years ago
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