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From: "Paul R DOT Tupaczewski" paultup AT comcast DOT net
Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2018 16:28:13 -0500
Subject: Color DL&W/Erie images from the Steve Hepler collection for 1/12/2018
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OK, now we switch to color! All of the following images were taken by John Maris Sr., one of the VPs of the Morris County Central
Railroad, and all are part of the Steven Hepler collection.

The DL&W 4-8-4 is seen roaring east at Denville, circa 1948.

The DL&W F3s are at an unknown location on May 1950. Could this be Lincoln Park, taken from Ryerson Road, looking west at an
eastbound train?

The Erie 2-8-2 shoving a spreader to clear snow is possibly on the Caldwell Branch. Photo is dated February 1, 1948.

And the motor car is crossing the Peckman Creek Viaduct in Cedar Grove, NJ, heading eastbound on the NY&GL in 1948.

- Paul


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