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RE: (erielack) Ray Ruff, Denville, etc



        Paul,
   
  That is exactly what Denville controlled.
   
  Rich
      
    

"Tupaczewski, Paul R (Paul)" <paultup_@_lucent.com> wrote:   I thought Denville controlled the junction with the M&E, as well as the crossovers west and east of the station. Its control stretched east on the Boonton Line to Rainbow Lakes.

- - Paul


> -----Original Message-----
> From: erielack-owner_@_lists.Railfan.net
> [mailto:erielack-owner_@_lists.Railfan.net]On Behalf Of Gary R. Kazin
> Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2006 6:01 PM
> To: EL List
> Subject: RE: (erielack) Ray Ruff, Denville, etc
> 
> 
> Did Denville tower control the switches at the 
> grade-separated crossovers
> on the Boonton Line about a half mile east of the station 
> (just west of
> where I-80 crosses)? There would have been at least a half-dozen
> switches.
> 
> --- Philip Martin wrote:
> > It's hard to believe all those levers were out of service. 
> What were
> > those red ones; signal levers, on the bottom for pulling up?
> 
> Gary R. Kazin
> DL&W Milepost R35.7
> Rockaway, New Jersey
> 
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