The crew of M&E 20 poses with a banner commemorating the last run over the Dundee Spur. It acknowledges the line's 140 years of existence and includes the logos of all railroads to operate the spur: Erie, Erie Lackawanna, Conrail, New York & Greenwood Lake and Morristown & Erie. It's fitting that four of those railroads share a common logo design. On this day the crew would pull the final three loads of salvaged material off the line. For the time being rail will remain in the pavement of Garfield's Monroe Street, at least until the road is repaved, but trains will no longer mingle with vehicular traffic on this last active freight-only street running trackage in New Jersey.