"The Blue Comet," a luxury train that brought passengers from New York to Atlantic City via the Pinelands, derailed near this location on Aug. 19, 1939.
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Notorious highwayman Joseph Mulliner was captured at Indian Cabin Mill Inn, which stood at this location in 1781. He was charged with high treason and hung. His spirit is said to roam the woodlands in search of his headless body and the gold he buried in the Pinelands.
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John Volpe, education director of Pinelands Adventures, closes the shutters of a window at the historic Atsion Mansion in Shamong, Burlington County.
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The remains of the Brooksbrae Terracotta Brick Factory in Manchester Township, Ocean County, has attracted historians for years and, most recently, a growing number of vandals and graffiti artists.
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The Mullica River and Forks area once gave government-sanctioned pirates from the Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware Bay region access to intercept dozens of British merchants traveling upriver from the Atlantic.
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The tour group approaches the ruins of the Brooksbrae Terracotta Brick Factory in Manchester, Ocean County.
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Barbara Solem, author of "The Ghost Towns of the Pinelands," explains the history of the Harrisville town and paper mill. Remains of the building can be seen at top left.
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The remains of the Harrisville paper mill in the New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve.