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Kearny High School
Kearny, New Jersey
Greenwood Lake photos
Few of us are old enough to remember, but there was a time not that long ago, when there was a lot of vacant space in Kearny. Harrison was there much earlier; North Arlington came along much later; but there was a time when there wasn't much Kearny between the two. The heart of the original Kearny was not Kearny Avenue, but instead was the area near Midland Avenue & Elm Street the area near the Arlington Depot. As Kearny grew, it was Midland Avenue that was the principal business district. It was still thriving as a business district in my boyhood in the 1950's. That's because Kearny grew outward from the Arlington Depot on the railroad. Originally, it was the New York and Greenwood Lake, then became the Erie Railroad's Greenwood Lake Division, eventually becoming part of the Erie-Lackawanna's Boonton Line and finally part of NJ Transit's Boonton Line before its demise on September 30, 2002 as a passenger route.The photos and memorabilia on this page are intended to document this important part of Kearny's early days.
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|Perhaps you have a photo that would bring back memories to your fellow Kearny alumni. If you have access to a scanner, just scan the picture and simply attach the photo to an e-mail addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do not have access to a scanner, you may mail the photo to:
Don Shorock. The original will be returned almost immediately.
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