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City Hoboken Lines Served    
Year Opened 1908 Transfers NJ Transit Commuter, Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, Bus, Ferry
Street Location 1 Hudson Place Park-n-Ride No
Platform Layout 2 island platforms, 1 side platform Right-of-Way Subway
# of Tracks 3 tracks Former Name(s)  
Points of Interest Hoboken terminal is very busy during rush hours. It provides a quick link for NJ Transit Hoboken division train riders to NYC. Hoboken was originally just the terminal for the Delaware and Lackawanna Trains. Hoboken Path has 3 tracks with multiple platforms. From here trains go to either 33rd St or to the World Trade Center.

Bumper block and turnstiles. (12/4/17)

At the bumper block (12/4/17)

PA4 rolling stock at Hoboken Terminal (3/97)

The underground terminal at Hoboken is classic H&M styling. Note the wonderful arches framing the train. (3/97)

A better side view at Hoboken. (3/97)

Entrance to the Hoboken PATH Station (4/18/03)

Train a the bumper block at Hoboken (7/27/02)

Work train on display at Hoboken train station during Hoboken Festival (9/29/02)

Normally PATH trains are underground at Hoboken, here is on display for the Hoboken Festival. (9/29/02



To: Hoboken

To: 33rd Street
Terminus Christopher Street
To: Hoboken To: WTC
Terminus Newport

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