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New Jersey and New York Railroad
Haverstraw (1887)
West Shore mainline
West Haverstraw (1873)
Thiells (1873)
Mount Ivy (1873)
Pomona
Summit Park
New Hempstead
Union
New City
Durant
Germonds
Bardonia
Piermont Branch (former Erie main) (to Suffern)
Spring Valley
Erie Railroad
Nanuet (burned 1991)
Piermont Branch (former Erie main) (to Piermont)
Pearl River
New Jersey/New York border
Montvale
Park Ridge (1872)
Woodcliff Lake
Hillsdale Manor
Hillsdale (1870)
Westwood
Emerson
Oradell
New Milford
River Edge (burned 1901, rebuilt 1902)
North Hackensack (1870, demolished 1978)
Fairmount Avenue (1870)
Anderson Street (1869, burned 2009)
Central Avenue (1870, closed 1953)
NYS&W mainline
Essex Street (1861, 1893, burned 1970)
Williams Avenue (station house demolished 1967)
Hasbrouck Heights (closed 1967)[1]
Wood-Ridge (station house demolished 1967)[1]
Carlstadt (closed 1967)[1]
Erie (to Jersey City)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Jones, Wilson E. (1996). The Pascack Valley Line - A History of the New Jersey and New York Railroad. East Hanover, New Jersey: Railroadians of America. ISBN 0-941652-14-9.