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Stuff that I and Others Sell Regarding the Sussex Branch

This is a listing of vendors who Sussex Branch related items. Unless otherwise noted, I do not make a commission from any of these companies or individuals. I merely list them here for your access.



Lackawanna Stuff

Jelsma Graphics has a variety of items available with the Lackawanna Logo on them.

Northeast Rails: An eBay store where enlarged reproduction post cards and photographs are sold. There are sometimes a few Sussex Branch items.


The Sussex Railroad Company sells digitally reproduced ICC Valuation Maps of the Entire Sussex Branch.

Model Kits

The N Scale Architects offer a superb model kit of the Branchville station in HO and N scales.

My review of this kit.

Photographs: - Art Jordan's website of photos expertly printed from old glass negatives.

Phil's Rail & Boat Photos - Lots of Lackawanna and EL photos at good prices. Other railroads as well. 5 East B St., Brunswick, MD 21716

Railroad Avenue Enterprises - PO Box 114, Flanders, NJ 07836 - A catalog of Railroad photos and books. Send for catalog. Hint: Look under Erie-Lackawanna as well as DL&W.

Framed reproductions of post cards:

Lou's Glass in Branchville has a few images of Sussex Branch and Sussex County Railroad Stations.

(When I was there last, they had images of Franklin, Branchville, Augusta, Lafayette, Newton, Sussex, and Andover Boro. Patte has a lot more images than the ones you see framed. Ask and ye shall see! If you are looking for something special, even if it's not Sussex County's line, She still may have a source for a postcard, or a copy.

Lou's Glass
Custom Stained Glass
22 Mill Street
Branchville, NJ 07826
973.948.7443 (ask for Patte)

Larcey Watercolors of Railroad Subjects: From this gentleman I bought my watercolors of Netcong Station and Newton Station.

American Graphics
A.G. Basilicato
174 Mill Rd.
Blairstown, NJ 07825


Shirts & Books

I've decided to offer a few shirt ideas on CafePress

Not to mention my books

Click here to see what I'm offering.

Dave Rutan

Mark I Video: Lackawanna Steam Volume II has about 5 minutes of Steam running up the Branch! Any other video that includes Denville usually shows a Branch train making a stop.

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