Eastbound Crusader

Discussion of the CNJ (aka the Jersey Central) and predecessors Elizabethtown and Somerville, and Somerville and Easton, for the period 1831 to its inclusion in ConRail in 1976. The historical society site is here: http://www.jcrhs.org/

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Re: Eastbound Crusader

Postby pumpers » Mon Jun 20, 2011 10:39 am

kilroy wrote:Some photos of the last morning and afternoon runs of the Crusader and Wall Street.

http://www.rrpicturearchives.net/archiveThumbs.aspx?id=62268


Great shots. I think on one near the end, with the caption "The Reading's Wall Street, running on former Leigh Valley iron, hits the diamond with the ex-Reading's tracks in Manville Yard on the final morning of operation", LV and Reading are reversed. (Unless I'm mistaken, the train ran on the ex-Reading track at Manville to cross the ex-LV, on its way up to the CNJ. Note this diamond no longer exists). JS
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Re: Eastbound Crusader

Postby kilroy » Tue Jun 21, 2011 1:47 pm

You may be right. It was so long ago I no longer remember which line they were on at that point.
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