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The Sussex Railroad
The Sussex Railroad was formed with the original intention of tapping the Andover Iron Mines the a connection with the Sussex Mine Railroad. Construction was authorized for a railroad to run from Newton to Waterloo and the Morris Canal on the southern end. The recorded length of railroads and branchs 35 miles, or thereabouts.
The Sussex Railroad: 1851-
For More Information:
"The Lackawanna Railroad in Northwest New Jersey", by Larry Lowenthal and William T. Greenberg, Jr. (c) 1987, Tri-State Railway Historical Society
(c) 2000 - Phil Paone