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Raritan Valley Line

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Raritan Valley

The Raritan Valley Line is a former Central Railroad of NJ route. In the late 1960's the line was re-routed from the CNJ Jersey City terminal onto the PRR NE corridor just west of Newark.

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njt-cr-somerville-051503-01.jpg (334775 bytes)Sommerville station, the building is now a law office (5/15/03) njt-cr-somerville-051503-03.jpg (361651 bytes)Outbound train entering Sommerville (5/15/03)
njt-cr-union-052103-02.jpg (106133 bytes)This is the just opened Union Station on the RV (5/21/03) njt-cr-union-052103-05.jpg (308662 bytes)Inbound train at Union (5/21/03)
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