Not in Butler. The original track set-up was a siding on the south side starting just past Park Place that ran to the west end of the yard, ending before the bridge over the Pequannock River. There used to be 2 tracks at the Park Place crossing....the main line, which was adjacent to Main St., and the lead, just east of Park Place, that went into The American Hard Rubber Co. In the late 60's or early 70's, the town of Butler wanted to widen Main St., and bought the part of right of way that the main line was on, and the railroad shifted the main to the alignment of the siding from Park Place to about 100' east of the station. The original siding was also used for access to the leads for the ash track, the turntable and engine house tracks, and what I always heard my Dad refer to as the "race" track, which was a long coach storage siding between the south side of the river, and the race that carried water from the river to the Amerace Hard Rubber mill. (see pages 95,96, and 97 of James C. Schmitt's book "Historic Rails of the NYS&W for detailed map drawings.)
Also see page 68 of the same book for a good drawing of Riverside Paterson where the main line went from 1 to 2 tracks eastbound.
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