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Erie Railroad tunnel, Jersey City, Hudson Co., New Jersey, USA
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Erie Railroad tunnel, Jersey City, Hudson Co., New Jersey, USA
Latitude: 40°43'52"N
Longitude: 74°3'9"W
A railroad tunnel in the Bergen Hill (1857-1860), in Palisades Diabase. It runs parallel to, and 67 feet north of, the Bergan Archways open cut. Reduced from 2 tracks to 1 but still in use. Coordinates are for the eastern portal.

Mineral List

var: Diabantite

var: Milky Quartz


10 entries listed. 6 valid minerals.

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Dana, E.S. (1872).

Manchester, J.G. (1931), Minerals of New York City and Its Environs, Vol. 3, New York Mineralogical Club (1931), edited by Manchester.

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