Category Archives: Incline Plane Ten East

The Evergreen on Mabey Lane

The evergreen at the end of Mabey Lane stood proud and dignified, even when carrying the weight of a heavy snowfall. The Evergreen on Mabey Lane By Richard Mabey Jr. The Christmas of 1996 was a distinctively different Christmas for … Continue reading

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A Magical Mayberry Moment: Art Smith’s Miniature Canal Scene

It was an honor to write this article about Art Smith’s miniature canal scene, over 15 years ago. I remember how proud Art was of it. A Magical Mayberry Moment: Art Smith’s Miniature Canal Scene By Richard Mabey Jr. It … Continue reading

Posted in 2001, Art the artist, Beavertown, Beavertown Historical Society, Believe in yourself!, Dad, Encouragement, Faith, Finding Your Purpose in Life, Homecoming, Incline Plane Ten East, Independent News, Lincoln Park, Lincoln Park History, Lincoln Park Museum, Lincoln Park Public Library, Memory, Morris Canal, Mysteries of Old Lincoln Park, Newspapers, Nostalgia, Old Beavertown, Small Town America, Small Town Weekly Newspaper, Spiritual Lesson, Wisdom | 2 Comments

The Old Cedar On The Mound

A photo of the old cedar on the mound. The Old Cedar On The Mound By Richard Mabey Jr. The old cedar on the mound was an old landmark of the old gang, from my childhood. The old cedar on … Continue reading

Posted in 1964, Be Strong!, Believe in yourself!, Boyhood Days, Destiny, Determination, Encouragement, Faith, Finding Your Purpose in Life, Friendship, Homecoming, Incline Plane Ten East, Legal Advice, Life's Dreams, Lincoln Park, Memory, Morris Canal, My Old New Jersey Home, New Jersey, Old Beavertown, Small Town America, Spiritual Lesson, Stand Tall, Stuart S., The old cedar on the mound, The Old Clubhouse, The Old Tree Fort, Wisdom | 2 Comments

Hold Dear, Proud Heritage

A rare photo of Incline Plane Ten East of the old Morris Canal. My grandfather, Watson Mabey was the last working engineer of this plane house, prior to the canal closing. That may well be my grandfather in this picture. … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Anyone Kill Your Dreams

It was an honor to work with the genius writer, Bill Anderson. Reverend Fred Herwaldt saw something special in the script of “Beyond the North Star.” Don’t Let Anyone Kill Your Dreams By Richard Mabey Jr. During my year of … Continue reading

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The Golden History of Lincoln Park, NJ: Incline Plane Ten East

A rare photo of the incredible Incline Plane Ten East. The Golden History of Lincoln Park, NJ: Incline Plane Ten East By Richard Mabey Jr. Incline Plane Ten East played an important role in the economic and social development of … Continue reading

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