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64.7 (DL&W) 16.0 (SRR)
40' x 22' depot was originally a temporary structure from Newton before
they built the brick building which lasted until the end. It was disassembled
at Newton and brought to Lafayette in 1873.
A small shelter
station replaced the larger station around the 1940s. Taber says
the agent was discontinued 1936-42.
(demolished in 1938).
- This is a really
cool shot of
the Lafayete station with a train along side. Photographer: A.C.
Townley, from the collection of W.A.
- An A.J. Bloom
post card view
from the collection of W.A.
Jordan showing the coal trestle, Alderbey Co. ice house, and the
railroad station in 1906
is a view of the Lafayette station from the 1940s.
the station shack from the 1950's.
- A two car eastbound
train coming down from Branchville approaches the Rte 94 crossing.
- This overview
shows the building which once was the Alderney Creamery (center) and
the feed mill (right). Also, just left and below the creamery building
is the coal trestle. The station/shack is next to the telephone pole
- Dick Johnson
captured this freight
train switching cars at the feed store. Thank you Dick!