I've got an argument about where the "North Jersey Rapid Transit" terminated in Suffern NY. I think that it avoided street running, and ended to the south-west of the village center without crossing the state line. This, I think, was because the original scheme was to extend the line further up the valley. My opponent says that that would have been on the wrong side of the Erie tracks from the village, and surely it had better terminal arrangements. Can anybody shed some light on this?