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Weston-Manville Station, New Yersey

by BYE, Ranulph

6,600.00 ($7690.98)

1965. (December), watercolour, 14 x 21 (35 x 52,5 cm). Signed, titled & dated on the backside. Reg.No. 2219C Ranulph Bye (1916 Princeton, New Yersey - ). WestonManville station was built in 1882 by the Philadelphia-Reading Railroad. The original line, the Delaware & Bound Brook, had begun service on the track in May, 1876. It was a 27-mile line from Bound Brook through Weston-Manville, Hopewell and Pennington to West Trenton, formely Trenton Junction. See: The Vanishing Depot, page 75. KEYWORDS:united states/maps

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  • Bookseller: Krul Antiquarian Books NL (NL)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: Booknumber 5179
  • Title: Weston-Manville Station, New Yersey
  • Author: BYE, Ranulph

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