We went for a walk and enjoy the beginning of summer on the streets of Hoboken. We walked along the Ferry terminal enjoying the beautiful views. Many people were enjoying and we grasp with our camera a lot of these images.
Built in 1907 to replace an outdated terminal that burned down in 1905, the sturdy building designed by architect Kenneth Murchison is as functional as it is beautiful. For over a hundred years, it has been a model of intermodal integration, connecting five different modes of mass transit: commuter rail, underground rail, ferries and buses and light rail (formerly trolleys). The terminal, listed on both the national and state registries of historic places, continues to serve about 60,000 commuters per day.
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