Waterloo, Sussex Railroad)
station appears on an 1881 Sussex Railroad timetable. It is listed as
being .3 (point three) miles north of Hamburg Junction.
While I have not
found a photograph of the Sussex Railroad station in Hamburg, I have
found this picture
of the Lehigh & Hudson River Railroad station which likely occupied
the same site.
This photo shows
the connection between the New York, Susquehanna & Western railroad
and the Lehigh & Hudson River railroad. In Sussex Railroad days,
the S.R.R. and the N.Y.S.& W. shared the track from Franklin to
this point which was called Hamburg
Junction, where the S.R.R. broke off to continue north to McAfee.
After the L.&
H.R bought the track from McAfee to Hamburg, they inherited the trackage
rights and used them until building their parallel track from Hamburg
This photo is of
over what is now Rt. 23 in Hamburg. The Lehigh & Hudson rebuilt
this trestle in 1908, so it is very possible that this is original Sussex
prints available from the W.A. Jordan Collection