Here's a photo I took of the ex-DL&W station in Paterson NJ in the late 60's.
I don't believe it could have been before late 1966, even as I-80 progress was progressing.
I believe the station building itself hung on a bit during those years before it was razed.
It was called "Marshall St", located at Lackawanna Plaza, also near New Street.
There still is a spot called Lackawanna Plaza which you can drive past at this site, and see the street sign for it. I was actually in the station once, a few years earlier when it was still open.
Once it closed, the active track was cut back southward to Athenia. I do remember too, around the same time or a few years earlier, the "high bridge" over the Passaic River in West Paterson, as well as the Dowling Coal & Coke Company on New Street (heading up to Garrett Mountain). At that point (though I was too young to explore), there was still a rail overpass adjacent to Dowling at New Street. Glad to find the other photo link posted above, if anyone knows of any other related photos of this line through Paterson, please post back.
If the picture is cut off, here's the link to it:
http://viewoftheblue.com/photography/st ... at_dlw.jpg