Winslow Junction Passenger Station – circa 1975

In my research I come across many interesting bits of information and sometimes people send me photos pertaining to Winslow Junction.  Below is a photo someone sent me of a train passing the old Winslow Junction passenger station.  Looking at the photo and seeing the tower up on the tracks, I have an idea of where the station is (or was, because I haven’t been there, yet).  I definitely have to add a trip to this area to see if the station is still there and to get some of my own photos.

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More History Uncovered

First of all, I’d like to thank Ron Pagano for sending me the photo below of the Cedarbrook School.  According to Ron, this is the front of the school that use to be located where the Winslow Township Fire Station 3 is located on Cedarbrook Rd.  And, according to Ron, the fire station was built using the existing school structure.

If anyone has any additional history, stories, or photos about this school, please contact me.

The boy on the step is Ron's late mother's cousin, Nelson  Holloway, who is the son of Paul Holloway. Paul Holloway owned the Holloway Bus Co. that was in Clementon for many years. Photo circa 1920's.

The boy on the step is Ron’s late mother’s cousin, Nelson Holloway, who is the son of Paul Holloway. Paul Holloway owned the Holloway Bus Co. that was in Clementon for many years. Photo circa 1920’s.

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