Visiting the Hoboken Train Terminal

Every time I am in New York, I find myself hopping over to Hoboken, New Jersey. There is something about Hoboken that I love. I think it is the New England fee of this mile square city. You can get there by ferry or by PATH train, I usually take the train and I exit through the 100 year old Hoboken Terminal (built in 1907), before the terminal was built the property was used as a ferry point since colonial times.

I visited Hoboken today, had lunch and strolled around. It was beautiful. Sunny and 72 degrees.

Here are some pictures I took of the Hoboken Terminal and area nearby, showing Manhattan in the background, one train stop under the Hudson River.

This is the PATH train entering the station.

This is above the PATH trains where the New Jersey Transit enters and exits the Terminal.

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