Diamond Brook, also known as Bass Brook, is a tributary of the Passaic River which flows south through a section of Bergen County in New Jersey, USA. Heading up the brook from the Passaic River, one encounters the boroughs of Fair Lawn and Glen Rock, as well as the village of Ridgewood.
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... Stevenson Brook is a tributary of the Passaic River in Hawthorne, Passaic County, New Jersey in the United States ... Stevenson Brook is one half mile long and once flowed unobstructed from the Diamond Bridge Avenue area of Hawthorne south to the Passaic River, but a significant section of the brook was ... Two portions of the brook now remain intact at the surface, running from Diamond Bridge Avenue to Royal Avenue and from Wagaraw Road to the Passaic River ...
... Historically known as Bass Brook, Diamond Brook once traveled through a series of springs and wetlands along the western edge of Glen Rock ... remain intact, with two preserved as parts of the Glen Rock Arboretum and Diamond Brook Park ... In the 1870s, Diamond Brook’s gradation was sufficient to support a water wheel operated by the Marinus Lumber Mill in Glen Rock ...
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