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  1. Adam Moss says:

    Need to mention that Salisbury Mills Station for the Erie was not on the Graham Line. When constructed, the Graham Line had no stations on it. Salisbury Mills was on the Newburgh Branch nearby.

    Yeah, though, Middletown-Town of Walkill and Salisbury Mills-Cornwall are going to be the two most boring stations you’re going to cover. Otisville and Campbell Hall have some history attached at least.

    • Emily says:

      Modified that caption. Thanks!

      • Adam Moss says:

        No problem. Just wanted to make sure that’s known. Campbell Hall next week is under the same situation. The Campbell Hall station was on the Montgomery Branch, where NY 207 crosses the old branch. There is an old caboose and a lot of railroad stuff on the site of the Montgomery Branch station.

        Here’s my photos of that: http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek/sets/72157627134518267/

        The current Campbell Hall station sits in the middle of Campbell Hall Junction (MQ), which went between the Montgomery Branch and the Graham Line.

  2. Keith says:

    I remember twice taking the train to/from there. Once in 84/85 from there to Hoboken. Then a few years back on one of those Santa trainsthat came up through Bergen County to Suffern up over the viaduct to the Cornwall station. Since even a few years (okay 10) what changes have been made to that station. Great post!

  3. Bob says:

    Thanks for posting the picture of the old Salisbury Mills depot. I never would have guessed that’s where it was. That area is completely overgrown with trees now (I guess it has been 40 years).

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