(West = to Gladstone, East = To Hoboken.)
Stations East of Summit are served by trains
on the Morris and Essex and Midtown Direct Lines.
We will begin our tour of this rural line at Summit. All
platforms West of Summit are low platforms except where noted. This line has one
track with passing sidings and still features wooden catenary
poles which are being gradually replaced by the more common
Our first station is new Providence with a
station house on the South side and a bus shelter.
Next up is Murray Hill also with a bus
shelter on the South Side. A siding is just west of this
Berkeley Heights follows with a. nice,
well-maintained station house on the North side.
Next up is Gillette with a station house
on the South side. There is physical evidence of a removed North
Track or siding.
Stirling is next and has a concrete bus
shelter on the North Side with an asphalt platform.
Millington follows with its two grade
crossings and a nice , well-maintained brick Station house on
the North side. Leaving Millington behind the land becomes
rolling and wooded with a siding to the north.
Lyons follows with a mini high platform.
Baskin Ridge follows with a station house on
the South Side.
Bernardsville is next with a well-maintained
station house on the North side housing a deli. The station ahs
a nice canopy and and asphalt platform with a stream to the
Far hills is next and features a stucco
station house on the South Side.
Pea Pack is next . The station has a closed
wooden station house on the North side.
Gladstone is next and last. This station has a
full high platform. serving the North Track. An old low platform
and station house are to the west the old low platform is served
by a bus shelter on the East end and station house on the west
end. The high platform ramps down to the parking lot..
The South and Center Tracks are not used. The North track
ends at a bumper block at the West End.