CRRNJ Train Station
Liberty State Park, Jersey City, New Jersey, Hudson County 07305 United StatesPrint this page   •   Share this page

This is the old Central Railroad of New Jersey train station and ferry terminal. Commuters from Manhattan would take the ferry across the river to meet their trains which ran regular commuter routes throughout New Jersey, as well as long-distance journeys to Chicago, Washington, DC, and Philadelphia. Most of the immigrants who passed through Ellis Island boarded trains here to start new lives in the new world. Now this is an oasis in a run-down industrial zone that has been reclaimed as Liberty State Park. Inside the station you can buy a ferry ticket to Ellis Island or the Statue of Liberty.

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    > April 29, 1967 - The last train leaves this station. All future trains are routed through Newark Penn Station.
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  This is one of the most magnificient display of old world architect that can be found within NJ. I have gone to several catered events here.

Eddy Bock - Monday, April 2nd, 2007 @ 8:19am