West of the junction, according to Google Earth, there is a stub-ended abandoned branch that comes off of the Montclair Boonton Line, but the tracks seem to be long lost. I'm not sure if this was a mistake on behalf of Google. Very little information on this line exists. What I am theorizing is that this is an abandoned shortcut that connected the Boonton Branch with the Greenwood Lake Line, which would be completely unnecessary anyways. I may have even discovered some other branches in the area. Keep in mind however that this is all speculative information, and that this may be false. I have uploaded an attachment containing the routes I've marked. Please excuse the other garbage on my Google Earth client. Any other info on this obscure branch would be greatly appreciated.
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