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2nd Street is the first station on the northern branch of the HBLR that opened on September 7, 2004 and is at the base of the Hudson Palisades, where trains are running along the Hoboken/Jersey City border. The station has two side platforms each with a single canopy towards their southern ends. This end has all station access. Access is via a pedestrian crossing that connects both platforms and leads directly to an entrance plaza. This plaza is at the end of a cul-de-sac turnaround loop for Marshall Street that enters from the and provides the only access to the station. The entrance plaza also contains another canopy with the station's ticket validators and TVMs. The platforms here are a fare paid zone.

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NJ LRV #2039B bound for West Side Avenue south of 2nd Street.
25 February, 2006
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NJ LRV #2039B bound for West Side Avenue goes across a grade crossing south of 2nd Street.
25 February, 2006
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Looking up to the platforms at 2nd Street
25 February, 2006
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A Second Street platform sign
25 February, 2006
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Looking across the platforms at Second Street
25 February, 2006
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Looking down the southbound platform at Second Street
25 February, 2006
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NJ LRV #2049B bound for Tonnelle Avenue enters 2nd Street
25 February, 2006
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NJ LRV #2049B bound for Tonnelle Avenue enters 2nd Street
25 February, 2006
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NJ LRV #2037A leaves for Tonnelle Avenue
25 February, 2006
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NJ LRV #2037A north of 2nd Street
25 February, 2006
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NJ LRV #2037A goes around a curve north of 2nd Street
25 February, 2006
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NJ LRV #2007A bound for Hoboken approaches 2nd Street. Its running with two LRVs for today only because its opening day for the line to Tonnelle Avenue
25 February, 2006
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NJ LRV #2007A approaches 2nd Street bound for Hoboken
25 February, 2006
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