Here's some images of the seldom seen West Shore ferry terminal in Manhattan at W. 42nd Street.
Here's some screen captures from an early 1930s video
This is not many years later but the terminal's facade has been remodeled. (The City of New York owned the building and pier, not the railroad.) I never knew that the NYO&W name was so prominently displayed. They did have a pretty good passenger business in New York City, especially to the Catskills.
Here's a link
to the video. The West Shore segment runs from about 2:49 to 5:30.
The terminal with the W. 42nd Street and 12th Avenue street signs visible:
The crowds coming off a recently arrived ferry:
A 1940 ferry ticket: