Underwater town in NJ

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7 years 9 months ago #1 by lithiumbaby
I have heard many years ago that there is and reservoir that flooded up a town here in nj. I remember I was at my mom's friend' house somewhere in the boonton? area and there was a church steeple visibly rising out of the water. Does anyone know about this or have any info? I tried doing a search and it brought me to the WNJ webite with no further info except that it's in the ramapo area.

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7 years 9 months ago #2 by rattlehead
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Hoffman Grove in Wayne NJ?

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7 years 9 months ago #3 by EsseXploreR
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its in west milford, round valley reservoir

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7 years 9 months ago - 7 years 9 months ago #4 by misterpat
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Actually, Round Valley Reservoir is in The Clinton area out off route 31. There is another town under water I think under Munksville Reservoir off Ringwood Ave, up by Skyline Drive. Please clarify this if I'm wrong.

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7 years 9 months ago #5 by EsseXploreR
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yeah munksville is also a flooded town, maybe im thinking bound brook is in west milford, the one next to long pond iron works

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7 years 8 months ago #6 by kylemanta
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Yes Monksville is near Long Pond Ironworks in West Milford and yes it was intentionally flooded, houses and all. I know over the years, as the droughts lowered the water, they were removing some of the structures, but I think some still exist. You can still see the roadway that disappears under the water. For those interested, there are some great ruins at Long Pond including huge waterwheels, one in very good condition.

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7 years 8 months ago #7 by EsseXploreR
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