One of the truly great yet less-well-known railroad stations is the Lackawanna Terminal in Hoboken, New Jersey. Predating the bridges and tunnels connecting New York City and points west, this station served as the meeting place of train and ferry, allowing both visitors and commuters to enter and depart the island of Manhattan. The terminal, so-named because it is the end of the Lackawanna Railroad Lines, remains as a testament to the age of iron and steel and the technology of transportation.
All images in this collection were taken with the Leica Q2.
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