|Title||100 Years: Hoboken Terminal. Connecting Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. February 2007.|
|Collection||Hoboken Railroad Collection|
|Scope & Content||
100 Years: Hoboken Terminal. Connecting Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. February 2007.
Issued by New Jersey Transit; collected on February 23, 2007 at ceremony commemorating the 100th anniversary of the opening of this terminal building.
Tabloid newsletter, 11" x 17" high,  pp., illustrated. 6 copies. PDF on file. Tiffs media archive.
Originally built in 1907 by the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, it was commonly known as Lackawanna Terminal and later Erie-Lackawanna before becoming Hoboken Terminal under NJ Transit. The publication details its history, design, construction, use, restoration past and ongoing, as well as plans for the future. Included is information about the terminal as a transportation hub: Hudson & Manhattan Railroad / PATH system, Billybey / New York Waterways ferry service, buses, Hudson-Bergen Light Rail system. It features some people involved in the terminal such as trainmasters, the owner of the Railhead Bar and a fruit and vegetable vendor. Also reviews some of the motion pictures and music videos that used the terminal for location filming.
|Year Range from||2007.0|
|Year Range to||2007.0|
NJ Transit (New Jersey Transit)
New York Waterway
Hudson-Bergen Light Rail
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad
Government & Politics
Bars / Saloons