CNJ Conductor Samuel A. Crook

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CNJ Conductor Samuel A. Crook

Postby Paul Miller » Tue Oct 23, 2012 2:05 pm

Does anyone have a picture of conductor Samuel A. Crook? He worked in the late 1800's on the CNJ High Bridge Branch and I believe was from my home town of Rockaway. Our historical society has been trying to find a picture of him without success. There's talk he may be one of the 2 gentleman posing at the roundhouse in Rockaway photo in Lowenthal's Iron Mine Railroads book. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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