The abandoned railroad route between Ewansville and Vincetown, known as The Vincetown Branch, of which 2.4 miles have been abandoned, was once operated in New Jersey by the Camden & Burlington County Railway and the Pennsylvania Railroad.
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The entire branch that was left from Ewansville to South Pemberton Road was removed in the late 1960's. The Pemberton Branch through Ewansville was removed in the 1980's. The Ewansville station still stands on what is now private property.
Ewansville , NJ
The Pennsylvania Railroad line has the concrete shelter, now a storage shed used by a homeowner on the abandoned line.
New Jersey, NJ
approaching Vincentown a marl digging company had a station with its office building, yet standing. This building used for other purposes and renovated. A good find for us. The Marl pits were just past the Town of Vincentown on the left, now overgrown and very near hidden.
Where did the railroad to Vincentown enter Vincentown? Also, where is the marl pits located?
Here ate two links to that will answer all your questions.....
Do you have any pictures or information about The Vincetown Branch? Please