Roslyn

[LIRR station] ==History== Roslyn Station was built in 1865 by the Glen Cove Branch Rail Road, a Long Island Rail Road subsidiary. In 1882, the LIRR attempted to extend the former Flushing and North Side Railroad main line between Great Neck and Roslyn Stations. This proposal failed, and instead that line was extended to Port Washington in ...
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Roslyn

[New Zealand electorate] Roslyn was a parliamentary electorate in the city of Dunedin in the Otago Region of New Zealand from 1866 to 1890. ==Population centres== In the 1865 electoral redistribution, the House of Representatives focussed its review of electorates to South Island electorates only, as the Central Otago Gold Rush had caused s...
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Roslyn

[SEPTA station] Prior to 2010, Roslyn Station was where the Warminster Line ended double-track operation. Since then, the interlocking has been moved roughly 1/2 mile farther back. ...
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Roslyn

Roslyn is an English name for girls. The meaning is `gentle horse, rose` The name Roslyn is most commonly given to Scottish girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) The name sounds like: Roslynn, Roselyn, Rozlyn Similar names are: Joslyn, Aislyn, Ayslyn, Jaslyn, Jeslyn, Jozlyn, Josslyn, Joslynn, Joslyne, Joslin, Josilyn, Joselyn, Josalyn...
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