ARCHITECTURE   16 comments

This is the Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal.  It was the company’s waterfront passenger terminal on the Hudson River at the Upper New York Bay in Jersey City, New Jersey and was built in 1889 in the Romanesque Revival style of architecture.  Today it is part of Liberty State Park, New Jersey’s largest urban state park and is used by visitors to take ferries to the Statue of Liberty and the Ellis Island Immigration Center.

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Posted July 24, 2012 by Madelaine in Photography by Madelaine Cappuccio

16 responses to “ARCHITECTURE

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  1. If there was a rail line on the other side and a bus terminal across the road it could be the Total Terminal.

  2. What an attractive building. Love it.

  3. A stunning station…I love each and every little detail of this building…it sure possesses a lot of charm and you have made it’s personality come through!

  4. An aesthetic building! Thank you for the link!

  5. Beautiful architecture.

  6. Beautiful building. Reminds me of the rail station in Quebec old city. I love seeing things like this. Thanks for posting this.

  7. Great shot! The gray’s and red are awesome.

  8. Yes it’s a fantastic building….funny you should post something from this park. I just said to my wife we need to go here. Your opinion is it full of photographic ops? Lots of great reviews for this park.

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