Potamus, hoping you're still on this thread. When going through some of the older threads today I came across this subject. I happened to find a 1964 customer bill sheet that some one gave me. Here are some additional customers from 1964:
Belvidere: 44 cars to IMCO Container
Pequest: 16 cars to Werkheiser Feed Service
Great Meadows: John Rogers Trucking Company-they do produce-still there in Townsbury
Long Bridge: Carl Gibbs 4 cars , agriculture
Allamuchy: Gibbs Farms 25 cars, Gibbs Bros. 24 cars, agriculture
Tranquility: Tranqulity Feed Supply 18 cars, Harris Pine Mills-furniture-38 cars
Andover: Miller's Sheep Ranch 15 cars, livestock, the LHR also picked up cars from Agway in Branchville-probably at Andover Yard from Sussex Branch D.L.W.
Woodruff's Gap: Umbriam Farms-38 cars-most likely agricultural, plenty of gravel was taken from here as well in the early 60's for G.W. Bridge lower deck
Franklin: Agway-125 cars; B.D. Simmons, coal-11 cars; Harden Lumber 3 cars; Barney's Hatchery-2 cars, NJ Zinc-2600 cars
Hamburg: Mills and Roy -84 cars, Plastoid 14 cars
McAfee: Sussex County 12 cars-probably the sand mentioned earlier
Vernon: Vernon Feed Supply 2 cars
As mentioned earlier on in the threads, almost every town along the way had a creamery-Price's Switch lasted the longest in Vernon
Additional customers that faded out in the 30's/40's- Bethlehem Steel-McAfee; Atlas Cement -Hamburg, Pequest Furnace-Pequest; Belford Coal-Belvidere, Lehigh/Oxford Mines-Buttzville;Alphano Muck Works-Alphano,ice from ponds in Lake Grinnell/Andover/McAfee, Sterling Hill Mines-Ogdensburg;NJ Lime in Hamburg and McAfee, Union Wax Paper-Hamburg, Windsor Lime Kilns-Hamburg, Conklin and Strong Lumber -DeKay's, as well as various coal pockets along the way in most towns. The New York gents will have to fill in some of the other pieces left out.
Hope your modeling is going well.