Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Elevating the Lackawanna Through East Orange 1921-1922












The article that follows is from the periodical Railway Age, Volume 71, number 7, pp 281-284, August 13, 1921 available at Google books:















Below: a modern photo of the bridge that goes over the Garden State Parkway; the lower portion (with the darkened stone) was the original 1836 bridge over what was then called the Black Brook Valley and later the site of the East Orange Parkway; in 1921 the arched upper portion was added when the railroad was elevated. 

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