I recently found this forum and find it a fantastic source of information and nostalgia. I grew up in around Lake Mohawk/Sparta in the 60-early 70's, so I frequently observed LHR activity in northern NJ. We later moved to Ohio, but my brother actually spent a summer working at Zinc mine in Ogdensburg, although I personally never got near the facility. I remeber waiting for April opening of fishing season and the time spent fishing Walkhill River near Sparta Junction. All activity at that time was long past, but had many fun times walking old right of way and climbing around bridges when fishing was slow! I do remeber our school bus stopping for trains at long-abandoned NYSW crossing marked by a set of aging crossbucks. I now read of the revitalized line hauling 2X stacks through this area! Over the years I have retained my interest in LHR, EL and CNJ in NJ. My dad used to drive us up to Port Jervis to train watch and to get a close up look at commuter E8s idling away the weekends near enginehouse. My biggest regret was my lack of a quality camera, so I have little in the way of images, just memories. I am now out in Colorado only 25 miles from UP "highway" across Neb/Wyoming, but would trade in a minute for a day at Port Jervis, or Marion, OH to watch a set of dirty ol EL F-7s grind past at 10 mph!