This largely photographic work is meant to document the condition of the stations of the Central Railroad of New Jersey during the early 1970s through the early 1980s. Brief histories of the various lines along which the stations are located are included as they were, after all, the reason for the structures existence. Included are some simple diagrams of some of the more important stations.
Introduction, pg. 3;
The Central Railroad of New Jersey, pg. 5;
The Jersey City Terminal, pp. 5-12;
The Main Line, pp. 13-43;
North and South of Elizabethport, pp. 44-48;
The South Branch, pp. 49-50;
Branches North of High Bridge, pp. 51-52;
Branching in to Matawan, pp. 53-56;
The New Jersey Southern Division, pp. 57-62.
Railroad Avenue Enterprises, softcover, 62 pages, 8.5 x 11 x .25 in., B&W and Color photographs (2 pages of Color photographs plus front and back covers).