I previously published this 1910 view of the Erie Rail Road’s North Newark station. This depot was a stop on the now defunct Greenwood Lake line. The site of the station and freight yard is now a dumping ground for old asphalt, wood chips and debris.The tracks have been removed except for a couple rails remaining on the bridge. Most traces of this 45 mile rail line have disappeared. Personally, I find the loss of an entire rail line sad and unfortunate. The loss of this regions trolley lines, also pictured in the 1910 post card, was equally unfortunate.
The top photo shows the station in 1910. The next photo is the same view now. The third photo looks east from the approximate site of the station. The last photo looks west from the rail road bridge to the site of the station.