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MIDDLETOWN & UNIONVILLE RAILROAD

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"Douglas Barberio 128 pages softcover Arcadia

The Middletown & Unionville Railroad, successor to the Middletown Unionville & Water Gap Railroad, operated from December 1, 1913 until May 31, 1946, when it was reorganized as the Middletown and New Jersey Railway. The railroad's main revenue was derived from the transportation of dairy products, feed, coal, lumber and passengers along its 14.5 mile right of way from the city of Middletown through Slate Hill, Johnson, Westtown and Unionville in Orange County New York. It provided a connection between the Erie Railroad in Middletown, the New York Ontario & Western Railway in Middletown, and the New York Susquehanna & Western Railroad in New Jersey. All three of these railroads had unique realtionships with the M&U during its period of operation. "