Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal by Matt Boulton (New Jersey Photo Spot)

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Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal - Photo by Matt Boulton
Built-in 1889, the Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal was once one of five main train terminals that served the Hudson Waterfront. It continued operation for 76 years before falling out of use in 1967. Since the building has been maintained and preserved and is now a popular photography destination for tourists departing via ferry to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. (Jersey City, New Jersey, USA)

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