Goffle Brook

Goffle Brook is a tributary of the Passaic River which flows south through a section of Passaic County and Bergen County in New Jersey and drains the eastern side of the First Watchung Mountain. Heading up the brook from the confluence with the Passaic River, one encounters the borough of Hawthorne, the village of Ridgewood, the borough of Midland Park, and the township of Wyckoff.

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Little Diamond Brook
... Little Diamond Brook is a tributary of the Passaic River which flows south through a section of Bergen County in New Jersey ... Heading up the approximately two mile long brook from the Passaic River, one encounters the towns of Fair Lawn and Glen Rock ... Little Diamond Brook is considered to be in part of the Goffle Brook drainage basin, but it has no junctions with Goffle Brook and is separated from it by two ...
Diamond Brook - Description
... Diamond Brook passes through a largely suburban setting, though its southern end runs under an industrial complex in Fair Lawn before terminating at the Passaic River ... The head of Diamond Brook is located south of Godwin Ave in Ridgewood, near the border of Midland Park ... Diamond Brook is considered part of the Goffle Brook drainage basin, but it has no junctions with Goffle Brook and is partly separated from it by another brook, Stevenson Brook, which flows south to the Passaic River ...
Goffle Brook - Relationship With The NYS&W Railway
... The New York, Susquehanna Western Railway parallels Goffle Brook for the majority of its route through Hawthorne, Ridgewood, Midland Park, and Wyckoff, running roughly along the centerline of the Goffle Brook ... The railroad crosses the brook only twice, once in Ridgewood and again in Midland Park ...

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