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Waterloo Station

 

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The original Waterloo station was purchased by Willis Mononya around 1939, was disassembled and the lumber moved to a place south of the Netcong circle, (103 Rt. 206.) The lumber was used to build a house. In the 1950's Willis Montonya's brother (whose family lived in the house,) added a small addition to each end.

According to Carol Roskam, niece of Willis Montonya, the clock, of which he was very proud, hung in his living room. After his death it was sold or pawned and its whereabouts are unknown.

Note: I am still in search of any information about the Waterloo train station. If you know anything, please contact me.


'Bonerail' background from my friend, James Sorochinski
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