The train station structure still exists, but where did the trains and the tracks go? This station was used for the transportation of new immigrants at the turn of the 20th Century from Ellis Island to Jersey City and finally onto their new life further south in New Jersey where they could later travel where they wished. In the trains’ place is now streams of sunlight, wildflowers and the dreams of the immigrants that passed through the seemingly haunted space.
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