For nearly 40 years a mystery in this small town has remained unsolved. Alexander Lewis, Editorial Intern.
In this shot, NJ transit Northeast Corridor Line train #3834 arrives at Metuchen station around 10:30 am to take me to New York. Semi-express making stops...
Metuchen is a New Jersey Transit station Located 27.1 miles southwest of New York Penn Station on the Northeast Corridor Line, in Metuchen, New Jersey. It is on Main Street between Pennsylvania and Woodbridge Avenues; the platforms are on an overpass over Main Street.
NJ Transit Rail Operations (NJTR) provides passenger service on 12 lines at a total of 166 stations, some operated in conjunction with Amtrak and Metro-North (MNR). NJTR was established by NJ Transit (NJT) to run commuter rail operations in New Jersey.