Radburn-Fair Lawn (New Jersey Transit-Bergen County Line)

Radburn station is located in the suberb of Fairlawn, north of Hoboken. The station has service generally every hour, with lots of times when it's better. The station has low-level side platforms, that are connected to each other by Fairlawn Avenue's level crossing. There is a fence between the tracks in the station so one must use the level crossing. The station has an historic, large station house that has been restored, with its ticket office open weekdays only from 5AM-9:45AM. When I was there the station house was very warm and the large bathrooms were very clean, although the ticket office was closed. The station also has a TVM located outside the station.

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(radburn1) Fairlawn Avenue's level crossing just south of Radburn Station. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 18 February, 2005 (radburn2) Looking down the Inbound track at Radburn. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 18 February, 2005 (radburn3) A Radburn platform sign. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 18 February, 2005 (radburn4) Looking down the yellow line on the pavement that's the platform at Radburn. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 18 February, 2005
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(radburn5) The historic Radburn station house. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 18 February, 2005 (radburn6) A sign for "Radburn Station" on the station house. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 18 February, 2005 (radburn7) Looking down the large parking lot at Radburn. The other building that's near the platform is the Cadmus House, which hosts Fairlawn's Historical Museum. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 18 February, 2005 (radburn8) The Radburn Station house viewed from the parking lot Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 18 February, 2005
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(radburn9) The Cadmus House, which hosts Fairlawn's Historical Museum, is between the inbound Radburn Station platform and the parking lot. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 18 February, 2005 (radburn10) A bench under a station sign behind the platform at Radburn. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 18 February, 2005 (radburn11) Looking down the outbound platform at Radburn Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 18 February, 2005 (radburn12) On the outbound platform at Radburn looking across to the Inbound platform and the station house. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 18 February, 2005
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(radburn13) F40PH-2CAT #4120 approaches the level crossing at Fairlawn Avenue near the Radburn Station. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 18 February, 2005 (radburn14) F40PH-2CAT #4120 enters Radburn Station on time at 1:05PM bound for Suffern, New York. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 18 February, 2005 (radburn15) Comet I Cab Car #5121 on a Hoboken-bound local enters Radburn. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 29 October, 2005 (radburn16) Comet I Cab Car #5121 on a Hoboken-bound local stopping at Radburn. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 29 October, 2005
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