A lot of the Paterson routes (where I grew up), were abandoned around 1926, according to the Hamm book. At one time, you could do a circle route around Paterson, but all that survived in later days was the Hudson River Line. The bridge on Broadway over the Passaic River to Elmwood Park still has the trolley wire support loops on its concrete pillars. My schoolteachers were pretty old in the 60's, and still remembered some of the lines, for example Straight Street and Wagaraw Road. Apparently, there was some sort of PRW station on Wagaraw Rd. right near (I think just to the west of) the triple Erie/NYS&W bridge, but I don't recall seeing a picture of it. There was also a line up West Broadway and up Belmont Avenue to Haledon at the base of the Pompton Turnpike at one point, but never on Haledon Avenue (too steep). I'd love to see any photos from Belmont Ave. from the streetcar days, but non seem to exist. At the corner of Belmont Ave. & Burhans Ave. there look to be two very old metal vintage beige trolley support poles on opposite corners, you can see these on Google street view. These may be the last vestiges. For some reason, by the time I was a kid in the late 50's/early 60's, this Haledon line was no longer operated by PSCT, but rather the "Haledon Bus Co." as line 14-Haledon. You'd catch it at the rear of city hall in Paterson. I think once, possibly in the late 50's on Main St. in Paterson I saw an all-service vehicle go by with the trolley poles down, but under its own power, and out of service, many years after the wires came down. But that was very one of a kind, and I'm not 100% sure if I'd imagined it or not. Would that have been possible? Of course, there were still lots of tracks poking up through the asphalt.