Erie Railroad Grade Separations (no longer extant) – Little Falls NJ

Description

The New York Times reported in 1935: “TWO grade crossings of the Erie Railroad on Routes 6 and 23 at Singac, Passaic County, N.J., will be eliminated under a contract for which bids have been received by Highway Commissioners Arthur F. Foran and James Baker.

Funds appropriated through the United States Bureau of Public Roads under the NRA will be used for the project.”

The infrastructure relating around Routes 6 (now 46) and 23 in the area has been extensively modified since the time of these projects, and the bridges are no longer extant.

Source notes

The New York Times: "Two Grade Crossings in New Jersey to Go ...," April 21, 1935.

Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish on March 6, 2018.

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Location Info


Singac, NJ

Location notes: General location marker

Coordinates: 40.886895, -74.243640

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