Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal
With immigrants coming through the Immigration Station on Ellis Island in the late 19th century, the Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal became their first experience on American soil. They were able to take trains to anywhere throughout New Jersey and into other states. It became one of the busiest stations in the area until its eventual shutdown in 1967. Now part of Liberty State Park, the restored terminal serves as a historic site and a place where visitors can get the ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.