Totowa and Little Falls, New Jersey, both in Passaic County, are townships situated near the banks of the Passaic River. Their names are also references to the river and the features near the locations of the townships. Totowa is a Native American word for the Great Falls of the Passaic River in nearby Paterson, and Little Falls is named for the waterfall that used to spill downstream from the dam in front of the Beattie Mill that was a major employer in the area. Both of these towns are also fairly close to New York, with Little Falls only 15 miles away from New York and 12 miles from Newark Liberty Airport.
This sign directs travelers to the exit for these small towns, as well as Union Boulevard and New Jersey state highway 62, and Passaic County route 646. We have made this sign to the exact New Jersey state standards as used on the roads to the present day so you never have to worry about less-than-maximum accuracy.
An original exit sign for these great locations is very rare to find scrapped, as they still enjoy directing travelers on the New Jersey roads to this very day. They are also likely to be larger than is easily transportable without risking legal issues or bodily harm from hefting the weight of it. That’s why we’ve recreated this lovely design for your convenience. Our recreation makes an excellent display piece for your garage, den, or man cave.
Our exit sign for New Jersey state highway 62, Passaic County route 646, Union Boulevard, Totowa, and Little Falls, is flat printed on heavy-gauge steel. It comes in four sizes: 12, 16, 24, and 36 inch square. Our sign is a non-reflective sign, with a great gloss finish to replicate the look of old-school porcelain signs. It is just as beautifully displayed indoors or outdoors, and is durable enough to withstand the elements of any region’s climate. (If you would like a different set of destinations or a different size version, just ask Jake to place your custom order!)