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Stanhope Eagle - March 9, 1921 issue
Many railroad rails that were shipped here are being
distributed by trucks on the line of the new State road this side of
and beyond Budd Lake to build a narrow guage railroad to facilitate
the work of constructing the State road.
Stanhope Eagle - March 30, 1921 issue
Every few days they have a change of locomotive on
Conductor Zeek's flyer. The many curves and rough roadbed of the Sussex
branch play hob with the machinery of a locomotive when driven at the
speed required by the schedule time of George Zeek's express. --Franklin
correspondent, Sussex Independent.
Stanhope Eagle - August 3, 1921 issue
William S. Bagshaw, a former trainman and passenger
conductor for fourty years on the Lackawanna railroad, and who was retired
on a pension eight years ago and who removed to his native home in Peimbroke
Dock, South Wales, died there on June 21st last after suffering for
a long time with heart trouble. He was about seventy eight years old,
and lived for a number of years at Port Morris, Netcong and Newton,
and was always much interested in church and Sunbday-school work. His
last railroad work was as conductor on the Sussex county express.