Thank you shurelas only thing I can say atleast they are still using the same building. You can still tell it was the diner its not DD like at all but another one of those unique Jersey places...
Thank you shurelas for that trip down memory lane glad my photo helped to bring back some of those memories no matter how good or bad they might been for the environment but at least still written into your memory forever. Yah I can remember some not so proud moments in time myself but hey it was still part of life..
This is the bridge (viewed from below on Rt. 21) shown in the introduction of the Sopranos.
This is the site of the original Public Service Building.
Thank you shurelas I really hope one of two things will happen here to this lower section of the boonton line. 1 Hopefully NS will reuse soon and run freight trains West to PA. Only thing about the Boonton Line past Hackettstown "NS Washington Secondary" are low clearance bridges around four of them until the line joins in with the Lehigh Line so that is probably a main reason for NS not using the line yet. 2nd option would be the rail-trail if NS fails to use the line ever I do not want to see houses, malls, parking lots, office buildings etc when a Rail-trail can help preserve the ROW and give people a safe from automobile traffic path to exercise and commute in a green way.
Wow cool fact thank you shurelas I didn't know the building used to be Tiffany of Tiffany and Co.
I remember this station then Franklin end of the line was 1/2 block North. Before my time though I know Public service had countless trolley routes.
At the site of the legendary "White Lady" of Branch Brook Park.
The site of the Essex County Park Commission Greenhouse back in the 1960's.
Thanks for the information