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Historic Dover Train Station in New Jersey

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Dover train station goes back to 1902. The original building is in good condition, with a working restaurant inside.

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I took these pictures recently. I thought you guys might find it interesting. People catch this train daily to go to work in New York city.

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The train also goes to Hoboken, New Jersey and Morristown, New Jersey. It runs 7 days a week. The weekend schedules are a bit different than the weekday schedule.

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You can get on at Penn Station in New York City, and travel to Dover to arrive at this very building.

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I love the old red bricks and architecture of this building.

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Just for fun, here’s a haunted editing of the picture.

Happy haunting!

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6 thoughts on “Historic Dover Train Station in New Jersey”

  1. Hi Annie, I just came across the cartoon clipart you used for the lovely story of Dottie and Sarah (two elderly women hunchbacked sitting at a table with a vase & flower between them). I am trying to find royalty-free, non-copyrighted graphics for a book of essays written by my sister who has passed away. This graphic is perfect. By any chance is this your personal graphic or did you find it elsewhere? Thank you for your consideration.

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    1. You would have to ask the editor of the Kindness Blog about that picture.

      They post all the art for the articles. I only wrote the article and submitted it to them.

      Once you submit an article to them, they edit it, and they choose any artwork they want to use.

      I never even saw the picture until the article was posted.

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    1. Thank you. It is a lovely historic building.
      I have always had a fascination with trains.
      I’ll try to go over there and take some more pictures. There is a little tavern inside that I’ve wanted to check out for a while.
      Love and light,
      Annie ⚘
      ⚘🌷

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