Raritan Train Station | Visit Somerset County NJ

Raritan Train Station

Raritan Train Station
Anderson 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.

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