The Lehigh Valley's original Roselle Park
Station was located on Chestnut Street in Roselle Park, NJ.
This ornate Victoria-style station sat on the south side of the
railroad tracks, alongside the street. The Roselle Park
Station was constructed as part of the LV's extension to Newark and Jersey City, which was opened in
The coming of the Aldene Plan in
the mid-1960's and the elevation of the Lehigh Valley through the
area warranted the replacement of the original Roselle Park Station.
A subsequent, modern, station was constructed on the newly
elevated Lehigh Line and the old structure was abandoned and later