Telegraph call: HO
The current Netcong station was opened June 14, 1903
after the new Sussex Branch cut-off track bypassing Waterloo was built
1900-01. The original station occupied the space used for the Sussex
Branch tracks. The freight house survived into the 1970s.
For years Netcong was the terminus of New Jersey Transit
passenger runs, but now the terminus has been moved west to Hackettstown.
Nearby industries: Coal and lumber yards, feed dealer.
- Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad in the
Nineteenth Century, Vol. 3, Taber III
- Lackawanna Railroad in Northwest New Jersey, Greenberg/Lowenthal
| Hackettstown | Hampton
| Lake Hopatcong | Manunka
Netcong | Oxford
Furnace | Phillipsburg | Port
Murray | Washington |