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Title B+W photo of Public Service Railway trestle on the White Line, southeast from W.S. Rail Road track, Hoboken, November 6,1910.
Object Name Print, Photographic
Catalog Number 2003.020.0008
Collection Hoboken Railroad Collection
Credit Purchase
Description Black-and-white photo of Public Service Railway trestle on the White Line, southeast from W.S. Rail Road track, Hoboken, November 6,1910. 8" x 10" wide print. Printed label on reverse. Original image is from Ira Deutsch Collection, Negative No. 192, North Jersey Electric Railway Historical Society, Rahway, N.J.

The White Line was also known as the Rutherford Line and originally ran to Paterson, New Jersey. It entered Hoboken on First Street and went out of Hoboken along Second Street. The Hotopp Varnish Company which can be seen at the right was at 112 Marshall Street.
Photographer n/a
Place Hoboken
Date 1910-1910
Year Range from 1910.0
Year Range to 1910.0
Search Terms Lackawanna Railroad
Lackawanna Terminal
Hudson & Manhattan Railroad
Hudson Place
Marshall St., 112
112 Marshall St.
Hotopp Varnish Co.
Orig/copy Copy
Caption front
Imagefile 020\20030200008.JPG
Classification Real Estate
Railroads
Transportation
Buildings
Business & Commerce
Exteriors
Signs