New Jersey Herald
- July 9, 1953 issue
water tank at the Lackawanna Railroad station in Newton topples into history
as it outlives its usefulness in this day of diesel locomotives. The tank,
which was erected in 1905 and supplied water for the steam engines on
the railroad until recently displaced by the diesels, was pulled down
Tuesday [July 7] by the William F. Lynch salvage company, of Secaucus.
Phil Calinzano, of Jersey City, was at the controls of the crane which
hooked onto the tank and toppled
it to the ground.