Earle Naval Amunition Depot

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By RCH @ 2005-04-24 19:02:41
Earle Naval Amunition Depot is a historic Nuclear Weapon Storage site in dense northern NJ. Follow roads to bunkers.
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@ 2005-07-25 19:19:17
Follow the railroad tracks about ten miles to Leonardo, NJ, where weapons were loaded onto ships at the mile-long pier:

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=new+york+queens+fort+totten+army+base&ll=40.680356,-74.062142&spn=0.004760,0.006442&t=k&hl=en)

The electric trains (overhead pantographs) ran through affluent suburban neighborhoods and were owned and operated by the Navy.
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@ 2008-11-26 18:55:22
For Anonymous 2005-07-25: Fort Totten has nothing to do with this link. The link doesn't work.