North Bergen station

New York City, United States

North Bergen station

North Bergen was a railroad station in North Bergen, New Jersey, United States known Homestead for most of its existence. It as built in the mid 19th century and served by the New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway (#1059) and the Erie Railroad's Northern Branch (#1903).

The station was located at the foot of the Bergen Hill at Paterson Plank Road west what is now Tonnele Avenue. The village then known as Homestead lay on western slope of lower Hudson Palisades below Schuetzen Park. The abutting village of New Durham was to the north; an eponymous station was located at what is now 50th Street adjacent to North Bergen Yard and the present day terminus of the Hudson–Bergen Light Rail at Tonnelle Avenue. Babbitt, the northernmost station in the township, was at 83rd Street.



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