A blast from the not so distant past, turkeys leaving town at the Ramsey Route 17 train station.
This green trolley traveled between Suffern, NY and Ridgewood, NJ, crossing Main Street starting in 1908.
This photograph shows the Ramsey, NJ train station as it looked in 1911.
There is no one event more responsible for the birth of modern Ramsey then the Paterson & Ramapo Railroad putting a train station on land purchased from a local landowner named Peter Ramsey.
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This project, a short video, shows Ramsey, NJ as it was some 100+ years ago and those same locations today.
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