The Station Rooms Are Named After Famous Eastern 20th Century Passenger Trains
Broadway Limited … Crusader … Black Diamond ... Blue Comet... the names are synonymous with comfort, safety and gracious service. These are among the many famous named passenger trains that traversed Pennsylvania and the eastern United States during the past century. Passengers on these deluxe trains could be assured of enjoying such amenities as excellent porter service, restful sleep in Pullman berths, fine dining and relaxation in beautifully-appointed parlor-observation cars. With good reason, named passenger trains, for the first several decades of the 20th century, were considered the ultimate form of public travel in the United States.
Beginning February 21, 1929, the Blue Comet blazed a trail between Jersey City and Atlantic City twice a day. The 136-mile route ran by way of Elizabethport, Red Bank, Lakehurst, Winslow Junction, and then on to the high-speed Reading Company's Atlantic City Railroad for the final lap to the shore.
There is easy access to all the local attractions
The Station can be booked by the room, as self contained units or as a whole for an exciting group or family reunion.
All With Private Bathroom/Shower, Charmingly Furnished
All four rooms are nicely furnished rooms with Private Bathroom (shower and
toilet), Color TV, air conditioning, small refrigerator, and Tea/coffee making
facilities. The rooms have either 2 Double beds or 3 single beds and an extra
single bed may be added upon request.
Located in the old railroad town of Catawissa, Pennsylvania
The Second Story has 5 Rooms, Below are the Names & Sizes of Each Room. Starting from the front second story of Station.
Blue Comet: Room Size 15 X 15 Feet
Black Diamond: Room Size 20 X 26 Feet
Diner Car: 22 X 12 Feet (Note: This is the Laundry & Kitchen Room)
Broadway Limited 20 X 18 Feet
Crusader 17 X 24 Feet
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