Pennsylvania Railroad Station
Southeast corner of Pearl and Broad Sts.
Bridgeton, NJ 08302
City of Bridgeton
Although date of construction is still being researched, the building is circa 1900. Many people refer to the site as the Penna.-Reading RR Station but it pre-dates the incorporation of that company. In 1977 considered for remodeling and refurnishing as a tourist center under lease to the Cumberland County Tourist Information Center, Inc. (a non-profit corporation of the State of New Jersey).
Only surviving rail station in Bridgeton.
Brick with combination of hip and gambrel roof. The style of architecture could be termed "Queen Anne", a form of Victorian.