Saturday, January 19, 2013

Hoboken Terminal

PATH Station Platform

Former PSNJ Trolley Tracks on Hudson Place

Metro-North Train 43 to Port Jervis, NY awaiting passengers

Lower Manhattan as seen through glass block
Ferries to New York

Entrance off Warrington Plaza

Lower Manhattan as seen from Erie-Lackawanna Park

Erie-Lackawanna Ferry Terminal as seen from Erie-Lackawanna Park

View towards midtown Manhattan at sunrise

Welcome

Clock tower (built in 2007 to replace the original which was dismantled in the 1950s)

Built in 1907 as a terminus for the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, the New Jersey Transit Hoboken Terminal serves as a major transportation hub for those travelling from west of the Hudson River to Manhattan. Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) trains connect to the Herald Square area at 33rd Street, NJ Transit buses connect to the Port Authority Bus Terminal near 42nd Street and NY Waterway ferries connect to Wall Street and the World Financial Center. These are fed by 7 commuter rail and light rail lines from the Jersey side, some of which travel over 2 hours just to reach Hoboken. 

Photos taken along Hudson Place and in Erie-Lackawanna Park in Hoboken, NJ on January 7, 2013.

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