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Red Bank’s distinctive Station House is one of the last remaining examples of the Stick Style station houses built by the New York and Long Branch Railroad in the 1870s. […]

Red Bank's distinctive Station House is one of the last remaining examples of the Stick Style station houses built by the New York and Long Branch Railroad in the 1870s. (The NY LB line was later taken over by the Central Railroad of New Jersey.) This distinctive depot was opened on June 24, 1975. It has been renovated and restored several times, and now belongs to New Jersey Transit. The building of the railroad in the 1860s and 70s brought increasing numbers of visitors and settlers to Red Bank, and ended dependence on steamboats for transportation. When England's King George VI and Queen Elizabeth visited Red bank on June 10, 1939, they arrived by train. They then traveled by motorcade to Sandy Hook to board a naval warship for their visit to New York.

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