Railroad Station was built in 1892 by John S. Rogers of Moorestown.
It replaced the earlier frame station which had burned in
November of 1891 Built in 1892, The North Pemberton Railroad
Station was in active use until 1969 when the last direct
rail service between Pemberton and Camden ended. Restoration
was completed in March, 1999. The Station is on both the New
Jersey and National Registers of Historic Sites.
owned by Burlington County, this historic building was once
owned by the Township of Pemberton, but is not currently open
to the public.
or ride your bike on the beautiful 2.5 mile rail trail and
allow the spirit of the past to take you by the hand and lead
you back to a simpler time.
NORTH PEMBERTON RAILROAD STATION MUSEUM/GIFT SHOP(No longer
Railroad Station Museum was filled with many historical artifacts
related to the railroad, the cranberry and blueberry industry,
and regional history. All artifacts were donated by dedicated
volunteers and local historians who make it possible for everyone
to appreciate these fine relics. The hands that touched these
artifacts were the hands that built this country and made
it the great nation that it is today.
Railroad Station is now owned and maintained by the County
of Burlington, presumably by its Dept. of Recreation. No other
information is available at this time.