Surviving Roundhouses and Turntables in New Jersey

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Blue (Roundhouse and Turntable), Green (Roundhouse Only), Yellow (Turntable only), Red (Visual Remains)
TypeStallsYear BuiltRailroadCurrent UseCityStateCountryNotes
Visual Remains Only41885Belvidere Delaware wooded lotBelvidereNJUSAFoundation visible in clearing. Razed by 1915. 50 foot turntable removed by 1931.
Visual Remains OnlyMorris & Essex abandonedBoontonNJUSA Turntable only. Removed by 1900.
Roundhouse Only81914Central of New Jersey Government officeCranfordNJUSA
Visual Remains OnlyCentral Railroad of New Jersey Access RoadElizebethNJUSAFoundation can be seen between roads
Visual Remains OnlyCentral Railroad of New Jersey parking lotHamptonNJUSATurntable only. Removed between 1953 and 1956. The very faint remains of the turntable pit (10:00 - 12:00) can be seen in rear parking lot.
Roundhouse Only7New York, Susquehanna & Western construction contractor shopsHawthorneNJUSAgood condition, addition, in commercial area
Turntable Only9New York Susquehanna & Western NYS&W yardLittle FerryNJUSARoundhouse demolished
Visual Remains OnlyDelaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Storage area NetcongNJUSA
Roundhouse and Turntable3Lehigh Valley Norfolk Southern yardNewarkNJUSAstill in use, building additions attached
Visual Remains OnlyPennsylvania AbandonedPhillipsburgNJUSA
Visual Remains OnlyCentral Railroad Of New Jersey FieldPhillipsburgNJUSA

Statistics for Roundhouses in New Jersey

Maps And Lists of Roundhouses

Map Resources

Special thanks to Brian Berthold, Richard Shulby, and Mark Mason who have all worked together to research and locate many of the roundhouse remains shown in this database.

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