is the quarterly publication of the Society. The Midlander features articles and rare photos on the railroads
we cover. A brief overview of each issue follows:
Volume 1, Number 1 - SOLD OUT!
Garret Hobart: President of Paterson's own railroad, Delaware Valley Railroad, Railcars
on the Blairstown Railway
Volume 1, Number 2 - SOLD OUT!
Wilkes Barre & Eastern: Part I,
NYS&W in Stroudsburg, Greenwood Lake
end of the New York & Greenwood Lake Railway
Volume 1, Number 3 - SOLD OUT!
Wilkes Barre & Eastern: Part II,
All-time Middletown & New Jersey roster, Lehigh & Hudson River seeks freight business
Volume 1, Number 4 - SOLD OUT!
A look back at the L&HR by its last
president, Detailing a Susquehanna RS-1, campaign train on the Middletown &
Volume 2, Number 1 - SOLD OUT!
The last NYS&W steam locomotive,
Bringing a Russian Decapod home, Extension on the NY&GL Orange Branch,
NYS&W excursions from Stroudsburg
Volume 2, Number 2 - SOLD OUT!
Part I of a history of the Middletown, Unionville & Water Gap; To Coney Island by
Rail; and a look at the NYS&W #200 at Edgewater
Volume 2, Number 3
Part II of a history of the Middletown, Unionville & Water Gap; Runaway on the Greenwood Lake
Volume 2, Number 4 - SOLD OUT!
"Excursions of Legend: Wilkes Barre
& Eastern Fan Trips"; Hoboken Shore
Volume 3, Number 1 - SOLD OUT!
Great fan trips of the 1930's and 40's; Ride
the NYS&W; to Hainesburg Jct.
Volume 3, Number 2
Merger of the New York, Susquehanna & Western and New York, Ontario & Western?; Discontinuance of NYS&W;
passenger trains to PRR's Exchange Place
Volume 3, Number 3
Personal Reflections of the New Jersey & New York; Trip on the Lehigh & New England; Rockland Lake
Volume 3, Number 4
Lehigh & New England's Pochunck Branch
Volume 4, Number 1
Rahway Valley Number 13, Columbia Jct. on the NYS&W; Pennsylvania Railroad to Long Beach Island
Volume 4, Number 2
Erie's Arlington Railroad; Unionville on the Middletown
& Unionville; Night photo session at Little Ferry on the NYS&W
Volume 4, Number 3 and Number 4
Members received the revised version of The Next Station Will Be… Volume 1
Volume 5, Number 1 - SOLD OUT!
Lehigh & New England in New Jersey;
tracing the South Mountain & Boston; Lehigh & Hudson River milk train;
Allamuchy freight house
Volume 5, Number 2
Lehigh Valley's Irvington Branch; L&HR Tower
at Franklin; Before "Susie-Q" -
Volume 5, Number 3
Erie's Bergen Tunnel - Part 1; NYS&W's Franklin Branch; 2000
Hike; Susie-Q's Older Sister
Volume 5, Number 4
Erie's Bergen Tunnel - Part 2; Death of a Railroad (End
of Lehigh Valley passenger service)
Volume 6, Number 1
Midland of NJ's Last Timetable; Passenger Service on the Erie's Orange Branch; John Treen on the NYS&W Hanford Branch
Volume 6, Number 2
NYS&W In Stroudsburg, PA; Train Orders for the Phoebe Snow
Volume 6, Number 3
Newton and the Sussex Railroad; Named Trains to the Jersey Shore;
Last Train from Midvale
Volume 6, Number 4
Susquehanna – Newly Independent (Part
1); Old Communipaw; Susquehanna Connecting in 2003
Volume 7, Number 1
Early Days Montclair & Greenwood Lake
(Part 1); Susquehanna – Newly Independent (Part 2)
Volume 7, Number 2
Rockaway River & Montville; Early Days Montclair & Greenwood Lake
Volume 7, Number 3
Rockaway River & Montville Railroad;
NYS&W’s Erie 2-8-0 Camelbacks
Volume 7, Number 4
Newark’s Separate Stations; The Erie’s Fairlie Experiment; Ogdenburg’s
Volume 8, Number 1
The Lehigh and Hudson River Freight House at Allamuchy, New Jersey
Volume 8, Number 2
First Train from Caldwell, Last Train from Greenwood Lake;
The Susquehanna Station That Never Was – Prospect Avenue Hackensack
Volume 8, Number 3
The Rise and Fall of Paterson City
– Part 1, Leaner and Hungrier – No Hope for the Lehigh and Hudson River?
Volume 8, Number 4
The Rise and Fall of Paterson City –
Part 2, Erie Railroad’s 100 ton Car Dumper
Volume 9, Number 1
Susquehanna Inspection Trip- May 9, 1941; The New York, Harlem & Lake Erie Railroad ... A "What if" Story; Bellewood Park
Volume 9, Number 2
Rail-Industry Tour October 27, 1955 (Part One); 1961- A Derailment Prone Year for the Susquehanna
Volume 9, Number 3
Vignettes of a Railroad's "Human Side", Rail Industry Tour October 27, 1955 (Part 2)
Volume 9, Number 4
Irving Maidman Offers $1,000 if the Commuters Go Away; Handling Business at the New York Terminal- Erie Railroad
Volume 10, Number 1
Funicular Extraordinaire; The NYS&W Files for Bankruptcy; NYS&W to build River Street Newark, NJ Station
Volume 10, Number 2
Anthracite & the Susquehanna; Susquehanna Bankruptcy Chronicles Part 2; All About Anthracite by William Griffith
Volume 10, Number 3
Sterling Mountain and Its Mine Railway; The Wilkes-Barre and Eastern Problem; All About Anthracite by William Griffith Part 2 Section 1
To Order Back Issues:
Back issues are all available for $5 each.
Please add $2.00 per order for postage. Mail your order to the Society at:
New Jersey Midland Railroad Historical Society, Inc.
P.O. Box 308
Hawthorne, NJ 07507