Uptown/Downtown - Stan Fischler
Without a doubt the elevated railroads were a smash hit in both Manhattan and Brooklyn late in the nineteenth century. With each year an older line was extended and a new route planned; there seemed to be no end in sight as long as there remained vast areas of undeveloped land in Brooklyn, Manhattan, the Bronx, and, eventually, parts of Queens. But there remained a vocal and significant bloc of el critics who harped at its obvious defects.
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