From: Michael DeCarlo mikedc3 AT optonline DOT net
Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2003 23:15:59 -0500
Subject: DLnW Changewater NJ trestle remains
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It's funny, only 3 weeks ago I was 4 wheelin' on the Cut Off in 10 inches of
Today, I took advantage of the beautiful weather today to go for a ride on
my Harley. I stopped in Changewater NJ to get some pictures of the remains
of the trestle there. This is on the original Warren Railroad line to
Hampton NJ. I think the line was torn up in 1958? Anyway it must have been
quite a feat to build this bridge way back when. If you guys ever get the
chance to explore the WRR ROW, There are some pretty impressive things left.
I can't recommend it enough. This line must have been quite a challenge to
build in it's time.
Does anyone know why one side of the pillars are higher that the other? It
looks like the higher part was added after the pillars were built. Can
anyone post some pics of the trestle before it was demolished?