Anderson Street Station is another station located in Hackensack, NJ. It is the station that servers more of downtown Hackensack and has quite a few shops near it unlike the other Hackensack-Essex Street Station 1 mile south.
The station istelf is also a sigle platform on a single track like all Pascack Valley Line Stations, but it does bost a Historic Erie Railroad Station house, that as a sign on the platform informs us was built in the late 19th Century (about 1869) and was added to the state and national lists of historic places
in 1984. Unforchanately the stations days for service to the railroad is over, instead the station house has become the Green Caboose Thrift Shop.
Update: On the morning of January 10, 2009 the historic train station building burned down and will not be rebulit, It was the second oldest train station in New Jersey. See news coverage here
|(andersonst1) Looking across Anderson Street to the historic Anderson Street Station house. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 8 August, 2006||(andersonst2) Looking down the single platfrom at Anderson Street. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 8 August, 2006||(andersonst3) Looking farther down the platform at Anderson Street, the small station parking lot is across the tracks. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 8 August, 2006||(andersonst4) A platform sign at Anderson Street. The format is NJTs old style Times New Roman Font. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 8 August, 2006|
|(andersonst5) The back of the historic station house viewed from the platform at Anderson Street. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 8 August, 2006|
Last Updated: 19 January, 2009