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Remember the Sussex Branch of the Lackawanna Railroad By Dave Rutan
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Over ten years of research into the stations on the Sussex Branch of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western railroad have been collected into one book. This volume is the result of explorations through... More > newspaper archives, maps, and D.L. & W. company correspondence. Over 100 historic photographs document the buildings which once stood in the town centers of many Sussex County villages. Over 80 Original and redrawn maps show the area around each station and nearby industries in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. If you remember the Sussex Branch or wish you could, this is the book for you!< Less
Remember the Sussex Branch (coil bound) By David Rutan
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Over ten years of research into the stations on the Sussex Branch of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western railroad have been collected into one book. This volume is the result of explorations through... More > newspaper archives, maps, and D.L. & W. company correspondence. Over 100 historic photographs document the buildings which once stood in the town centers of many Sussex County villages. Over 80 Original and redrawn maps show the area around each station and nearby industries in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. If you remember the Sussex Branch or wish you could, this is the book for you!< Less
Sussex Branch Tales By David Rutan
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Six short stories of the Lackawanna's Sussex Branch set in different parts of its history. Synopsis This delightful book is your ticket to ride on the now defunct Sussex Branch of the Delaware,... More > Lackawanna and Western. Each of the 6 stories in this volume gives the reader a chance to experience the joy of train travel during different times in the history of Sussex County, New Jersey. Mighty steam engines, picturesque stations, the magic of railroading in Sussex County comes to life. From its humble beginnings in 1854 to its last run in 1966, the Sussex Railroad has fascinated railroad fans of all ages. But what was it really like to ride the rails? Join the citizens of Newton as they celebrate the arrival of the first train to their new station. Follow two children, Emily and Josh, as their first trip turns into an exciting adventure. Ride the last train from Branchville with the ghosts of the past. Imagine what the future might have been. All aboard the Sussex Railroad.< Less
Remember the Sussex Branch (hard cover) By Dave Rutan
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Over ten years of research into the stations on the Sussex Branch of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western railroad have been collected into one book. This volume is the result of explorations... More > through newspaper archives, maps, and D.L. & W. company correspondence. Over 100 historic photographs document the buildings which once stood in the town centers of many Sussex County villages. Over 80 Original and redrawn maps show the area around each station and nearby industries in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. If you remember the Sussex Branch or wish you could, this is the book for you!< Less
Lotito's Visual History of Pequannock - Vol. 1 By Christopher Lotito
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A 26 plate visual tour of the history of Pequannock Township, New Jersey, including Pompton Plains, Butler, and other associated demesnes. List of Plates: Pompton Plains R.R. Station (col.... More > 1900's)(cover) East and West Jersey (Worlidge, 1800's) Pequannock, Montville, Boonton (1800's) Butler Genealogical (1800's) Pequannock Genealogical (1800's) Pompton Plains R.R. Station #1-#4 (2004, unrestored) Pompton Plains R.R. Station #1,2 (2012, restored) Guardbank South of Spillway (1920's) Culvert, Pequannoc (1920's) Pequannoc Spillway (1920's) Pompton Dam, Pompton Plains (2012) Pequannoc Spillway, Pompton Plains (2012) Railroad North from Jefferson St. (2012) The Pequannock River (col. postcard 1900's) Swimming Pool, Camp Madison (postcard 1900's) Welcome Wagon / Country Furniture Shop (1950's) First Reformed Church Postcard #1 First Reformed Church Postcard #2 First Reformed Church Burnt #1 FRC Burnt #2 Pequannock, 1950's Aerial w/ Church Pequannock, 1950's Aerial w/ Village< Less
Steeling America By George Grace
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From 1973 to 1977, writer and artist George Grace worked for Bethlehem Steel in Lackawanna, New York. In this book, Grace filters through the artist’s gaze and the poet’s soul the steel... More > mill and the people who worked there. Steeling America is a vivid collection of poetic snapshots of life in the plant at a time when steel was the king of industries.< Less
Daylight Images Dynamic Diesels 2009 Calendar By Steve Barry
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Full-color 12-month calendar featuring BNSF; Amtrak; Norfolk Southern; Buffalo & Pittsburgh; Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range; Maine Eastern; Middletown & Hummelstown; Canadian Pacific;... More > Metra; Buffalo Southern; New England Central; Delaware Lackawanna; and Long Island.< Less
Tawny PaPawny and the No Good Miserable Low Down Rainy Day By T. P. McKinnon
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Tawny Lynn Brown is a six year old African – American girl who lives in the City of Lackawanna. She lives with her mom Tamara, her dad Randy, her brother Sam and her pet turtle Duke. She... More > loves flowers and hates rainy days. She is a first grader at Roosevelt Elementary, where she attends class with her best friend Jessie Johnson who lives down the street with his mom and his pet cat named Zeus. Tawny finds herself feeling sad because there have been two rainy days and there is no sign of it stopping. Tawny had plans to go visit Jessie today, because he said that he was coming home from the hospital. She was so excited. He promised that she could sign his cast and everything. Only problem is it won’t stop raining. Tawny hates when it rains and she is especially afraid of the thunder. But just as she thinks there is no hope, her mother gives her a surprise that makes this no good miserable low down rainy day a little brighter. And the sunshine helped too.< Less
Tawny PaPawny and the Late Late School Bus By T. P. Mckinnon
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Tawny Lynn Brown is a six year old African – American girl who lives in the City of Lackawanna. She lives with her mom Tamara, her dad Randy, her brother Sam and her pet turtle Duke. ... More > Tawny’s day is not turning out like she planned. Her friend Jessie is sick and won’t be making it to school today, so her mom said that she can catch the bus all by herself. After waiting at the bus stop she finds out that waiting for the bus alone is not so fun. Especially when you get sticky gum on the bottom of your shoe from all the gum eaters. And when you find out that you may have missed your bus after all and will have to catch the late late bus. Tawny puts on a brave face and learns that sometimes being a big girl is not all what its cracked up to be. Will Tawny make it to school on time or will she have to catch the late late school bus?< Less
Tawny PaPawny and No More School! By T. P. Mckinnon
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Tawny Lynn Brown is a six year old African – American girl who lives in the City of Lackawanna. She lives with her mom Tamara, her dad Randy, her brother Sam and her pet turtle Duke. She... More > loves flowers and hates rainy days. She is a first grader at Roosevelt Elementary, where she attends class with her best friend Jessie Johnson who lives down the street with his mom and his pet cat named Zeus. Tawny is not having a good day. She just found out that her school is closing. Ms. Ransal said, "no more school" and now Tawny is confused. What will happen to all the books and her friends? This is not good news. Jessie says everything will be okay and figured that it will be good for them to be able to do what they want. Like eat ice cream for breakfast. Tawny had to get to the bottom of this no more school stuff. In the meantime, she gets a surprise at school that made her last day the best day.< Less