Constructed in 1913 by the Reading Railroad, this Flemish-bond brick structure has a brick balustrade and limestone trim. It was designed by William I. Houghton, architect of the Philadelphia and Reading railroad in the Classical Revival style with Colonial Revival influences. The platform canopies are hung from the building and attached to it by lionhead features. The waiting room has a terrazzo floor and quarried-tile wainscoting. The station was listed on the NJ & National Registers of Historic Places in 1984. The Bound Brook Stations provides NJ Transit service on the Raritan Valley Line with connections into New York City.
Bound Brook Train Station
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