You Can Stay The Night In This Converted Train Depot In New Jersey

New Jersey has a rich railroading history. We currently have nearly three dozen different lines in operation including commuter, freight, and military carriers. At one point, we had over triple that, including iconic (but now defunct) lines like the Lehigh & Hudson River Railway and New York & Long Branch Railway, and the Pennsylvania & Atlantic Railroad. What happened to all those tracks and train depots? Many remain but have been repurposed.

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Whether you choose to dine, celebrate, spend the night, or all three, Lambertville Station is a can’t-miss destination. You’ll find it at 11 Bridge Street in Lambertville. If you don’t live nearby, it’s worth at trip – there’s plenty to do in town. To learn about all that Lambertville, New Jersey has to offer, click here.