Hi-the last passenger trains came thru in March 1971. There's a thread way down below that refers to how the RDC's used deadheaded back and forth to serve the Glassboro-Camden and Millville-Camden run (the second Millville turn got cut back to Glassboro in the late 60's). When psgr service ended, the Millville Branch from Woodbury south became the Millville Secondary. Into the mid 50's the line was double tracked as far as Glassboro also. Bridgeton psgr service ended in 51 or 52. And til 1949, the line had third-rail pickup for electric MU cars thru to Millville. (the steel cars were like 3rd-rail MP54's, after a fashion)Til the late 70's, a large brick building by the Wilmer Street crossing housed the PRSL's MW truck and track equipt repair shops; it was originally a substation for the third rail power. By the time I was going to school ther in the winter of 75-76, the former tower was used as a freight office for the travelling agent and the passenger station was boarded up and derelict. One of the contributors , Steam man, was a block operator at the tower at the end of passenger service. .