A summer thunderstorm had just passed through the area leaving some dramatic clouds and beautiful light over the Central New Jersey Railroad terminal building.
The historic Central New Jersey Railroad Terminal is located within Liberty State Park in Jersey City, New Jersey. This beautiful building saw many people use its facilities on their travels through the state of NJ whether it was on their way to New York City or as they entered the United States through Ellis Island and were hopping a train or ferry to continue on their journey. Peak years for this building were from the late 1890s through about 1930. After 1930, travel by highway was increasing and the need for rail travel was decreasing. The CRRNJ declared bankruptcy in 1967 after trains had been rerouted to Newark's Pennsylvania Station.
August 14th, 2020
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