Raritan Train StationAnderson Street and Thompson Street
Raritan, NJ 08869
Constructed by the Central New Jersey Railroad in the early 1890s, this station is a fine example of the Richardsonian Romanesque style with Gothic elements. It has heavy rock-faced stone walls and a flared, overhanging hipped roof. The dormers have elaborate scalloped bargeboards. The interior is finished entirely in varnished match boards. The architect is not known; however, it may have been Frank V. Bodine, the architect for similar stations in Somerville, Whitehouse and Westfield. The station is owned by NJ Transit.