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OLD PHOTOS: Manchester's Railroad

Weekly series that showcases long-ago images of Manchester and Lakehurst. Feel free to contribute by clicking on the "upload" button

From Ocean County, Four Centuries in the Making, by Pauline S. Miller:

The Raritan and Delaware Bay Railroad Co., established in August 1856, ran diagonally across the state, from Fort Monmouth, on the Raritan Bay through Red Bank, Lakewood, Manchester, Whiting, Chatsworth to the Delaware Bat

Artist/Engineer January 02, 2013 at 01:00 PM
I guess old Manchester Village is now called Lakehurst.
Grace Peck January 02, 2013 at 07:26 PM
any one out there have some old photo's of Pine Lake Park? So many people live here must have some.I would be very interested in taking a look as we have been actively researching the area for over 10 years now with only a few stories and photo's. Would love to share some of ours with you as well. Grace Peck Pine Lake Park Taxpayers Improvement Association "The Clubhouse"
Grace Peck January 02, 2013 at 07:26 PM
any one out there have some old photo's of Pine Lake Park? So many people live here must have some.I would be very interested in taking a look as we have been actively researching the area for over 10 years now with only a few stories and photo's. Would love to share some of ours with you as well. Grace Peck Pine Lake Park Taxpayers Improvement Association "The Clubhouse"

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