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Millburn NJ: ABANDONED PUMPING STATION south mountain reservation

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Uploaded on Nov 3, 2009

Recently, Sara and I took a detour from the polluted Passaic in order to explore the bucolic shores of the Rahway River. Flowing through the 4000 plus acre South Mountain Reservation, the Rahways banks are lined with trails that attract hikers from the furthest reaches of the tri-state area. Tourist traps of this nature rarely hold my attention, but there was one lure that I couldnt resist.

Walking along the shore of Campbells Pond we find the remains of the pumping station which once supplied the city of Orange NJ with drinking water. This brick building has been partially gutted by fire and now serves as a canvas for graffiti writers. Because of its location at the trailhead, the pumping station is heavily visited, but due to the unstable interior, exploration should only be attempted by skilled professionals.

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