There has been photographic evidence that Lehigh and Hudson River power (steam) was serviced at the New Haven facility at Maybrook. The main facilities for the L & H R were at Warwick. None of the railroads that the New Haven connected with at Maybrook/Campbell Hall needed facilities there because they all had a major facility not too far away with the exception of the Lehigh and New England and they were not that big a factor in Maybrook anyway. Erie at Port Jervis, New York, Ontario and Western at Middletown and the Lehigh and Hudson River at Warwick. The NY O & W ran a through job or two between Maybrook and Mayfield (Carbondale, PA) but even in this case I believe the engines and crews came out of Middletown. The L & H R likewise had jobs between Maybrook and Allentown but again most likely the crews and power worked out of Warwick. The Erie also ran jobs via Maybrook between Port Jervis and North Jersey as well as jobs out of Maybrook but again turns from Port Jervis. This is not to say that the Maybrook connections were not very important, they were the biggest factor, freight wise, on the railroad for a long time. Maybrook, however, was strictly a New Haven operation although pretty big.