Workmen of the McClintock & Marshall Company, of New York City, arrived in Franklin Thursday of last week, to begin construction of the new viaduct and the work will be pushed to completion as rapidly as circumstances will permit. Portable shanties for the housing of these workers were at once erected along the railroad tracks at the Junction.
New Jersey Herald - March 22, 1928 issue
The erection of the steel beams and girders for the new $150,000 viaduct from Fowler Street to North Church Road was started last week. by the McClintock - Marshall Company, of Pittsburgh. Over four hundred tons of steel will be used in the new bridge, all of which will be enclosed in concrete. The erection of the structure calls for a large force of workmen, which means additional business for Franklin.
The family of Fillmore M. Tallman, local agent for the D. L. & W. and member of the local Boro Council will remove to their completed home in Newton about July 1st.