Our Andover station is changing agents
this week. C.H. Hall, who has been for several years the obliging
agent of the Lackawanna, has been relieved of the heavy work and
Virgil Crisman installed in his place. We have not learned where
Mr. Hall will locate. We are sorry to have him leave us.
New Jersey Herald - January 21, 1909 issue
It is reported that Virgil Crisman
has purchased the residence of Alfred Stiff, near the railroad station,
and that he will occupy the same on April 1st, with his family who
now reside in Newton.
New Jersey Herald - March 11, 1909 issue
George M. Sipley, of Andover who has
been the agent at Stanhope-Netcong for some time past, has resigned
his position to become the bookkeeper of the contractors of the
Lackawanna cut-off, who have their headquarters at Stanhope.
New Jersey Herald - March 18, 1909 issue
John T. Jackson, a former station
agent of the Sussex Railroad at Newton, died in Paterson last week.
Mr. Jackson had resided in Paterson for a number of years and was
a great promoter of sports.
New Jersey Herald,- August 5, 1909 issue
The L. & H. is erecting new stations
at Andover Junction, Tranquillity and Great Meadows.
New Jersey Herald - December 30, 1909 issue
Workmen are engaged in installing
telephones in all the stations on the Sussex Branch. The system
has been installed on the main line, and as soon as the work is
completed on the branches, all trains will be dispatched by telephone.