Stanhope Eagle - July 16, 1919
Two oil cars, attached to a freight
train, jumping the track near New Lake Waywayanda, above Andover Junction,
was the cause of a tie-up, lasting several hours, on the Lehigh and
Hudson road last Monday afternoon. During the tie up passenger trains
were run on the Sussex branch of the Lackawanna.
Eagle - September 10, 1919 issue
Conductor Zeek's Sussex train struck
an auto at Sparta avenue [Hicks Ave.--DR] crossing, Newton,
Monday afternoon and killed James S. Shotwell, an employee of the
photo supply factory, and threw Mrs. Shotwell and the auto 100 feet,
but she will survive. The dead man was thirty-two years of age, and
beside his wife leaves his mother and a child eight months old. Charles
McCort was the engineer, and his view of the crossing was obstructed.
Stanhope Eagle - November 12, 1919 issue
A new steam shovel arrived at our freight
station [Netcong] and has been removed to the convict camp
at Budd Lake for operation on the proposed State road from here to
Stanhope Eagle - November 19, 1919 issue
The Inter-State Commerce Commission
has a private car which arrived here last evening, with a full equipment
of clerks, engineers and surveyors to reckon the trackage and full
amount of property owned and used by the railroad company.
Sussex Independent - December 19, 1919 issue
The N.Y.S. & W. supervisor's office
has been moved from the station here to Butler, and Conductor Mabie
has moved his family from Beaver Lake to the rooms in the station.