Millington Trestle

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An early picture postcard of the railroad trestle between Millington and Lyons addressed to Mrs. John Boyle in Liberty Corner.  The card has an undivided back which indicates it was printed before 1907, when the post office allowed a divider to separate a message from the address.  Mrs. John Boyle was Lydia Annin Boyle (1827-1907), wife of John F. Boyle.

The trestle, the second in this location along the Gladstone Branch (now NJ Transit), was built in 1892 and was replaced by the current structure in 1928.

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