List of Stations On The Central Railroad of New Jersey

List Of Stations On The Central Railroad Of New Jersey

At its peak, the Central Railroad of New Jersey Main Line led from Jersey City, New Jersey to Scranton, Pennsylvania.

Many of these stations became part of New Jersey Transit's Raritan Valley Line or have had service reintroduced to the location as part of the Hudson Bergen Light Rail, such as West 8th Street Station in Bayonne.

There has also been discussion of reintroducing rail service to former CNJ stations such as Phillipsburg or Scranton.

City Station Name Service Began Service Ended Station Status
New York City Liberty Street (Ferry Terminal)
Jersey City Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal (aka Communipaw Terminal) 1864 April 30, 1967 Partially preserved in Liberty State Park
VanNostrand Place
Greenville Danforth Avenue station (Hudson-Bergen Light Rail)
Bayonne Pamrapo (East 49th Street) 45th Street Station (Hudson-Bergen Light Rail) is four blocks to the south
Bayonne (between 32nd and 33rd) 34th Street Station (Hudson-Bergen Light Rail)
Centreville (between 26th and 27th Streets) East 22nd Street (Hudson-Bergen Light Rail) is four blocks to the south
Bergen Point West 8th Street (Hudson-Bergen Light Rail)
Elizabeth Elizabethport
Spring Street
Elizabeth Currently a bar and cafe
Elmora Avenue
Roselle Park Lorraine
Roselle-Roselle Park Roselle Park (Raritan Valley Line)
Cranford Cranford Cranford (Raritan Valley Line)
Garwood Garwood Garwood (Raritan Valley Line)
Westfield Westfield Westfield (Raritan Valley Line)
Fanwood Fanwood Fanwood (Raritan Valley Line)
Plainfield Netherwood Netherwood (Raritan Valley Line)
Plainfield Plainfield (Raritan Valley Line)
Grant Avenue
Clinton Avenue
Dunellen Dunellen Dunellen (Raritan Valley Line)
Middlesex Middlesex
Bound Brook Bound Brook Bound Brook (Raritan Valley Line (Currently a restaurant))
Bridgewater Bridgewater Bridgewater (Raritan Valley Line (Formerly CALCO))
Bound Brook Junction
Manville-Finderne 2006 Manville-Finderne Station removed in the 1970s and service ended in 2006
Somerville Somerville Somerville (Raritan Valley Line
Raritan Raritan Raritan (Raritan Valley Line)
Branchburg Township North Branch North Branch (Raritan Valley Line)
Lanes Crossing
Whitehouse Station White House Whitehouse Station (Raritan Valley Line (Readington Twp Library))
Lebanon Lebanon Lebanon (Raritan Valley Line)
Annandale Annandale Annandale (Raritan Valley Line)
High Bridge High Bridge High Bridge (Raritan Valley Line)
Glen Gardner Glen Gardner 1983
Hampton Hampton 1983 Junction with the Delaware Lackawanna and Western Railroad's Hampton Branch.
Westend Hampton
Bethlehem Township Ludlow-Asbury 1983
Bloomsbury Bloomsbury 1983
Phillipsburg Phillipsburg 1983
New Jersey – Pennsylvania state line at Phillipsburg
Easton Easton
Freemansburg Freemansburg
Bethlehem Bethlehem
Allentown Allentown
Northampton Northampton
Treichlers Treichlers
Palmerton Palmerton
Jim Thorpe Jim Thorpe
Nesquehoning Nesquehoning Junction
Glen Summit Glen Summit
Penobscot Penobscot
Laurel Run Laurel Run
Ashley Ashley
Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre Luzerne County purchased the station in 2006, but has not yet been restored or opened for businesses due to a lack of funds from the County Redevelopment Authority
Minooka Junction
Miner's Mills
Scranton Scranton Site filled in, now occupied by a bank.] Part of a redevelopment project to use the space for a restaurant, retail space and offices

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