22nd Street

The stop was opened on 15 November 2003.
It serves the Midtown portion of Bayonne, an old industrial town just south of Jersey City. It is near the intersection of Avenue E and 22nd Street, a block east of Broadway, which is Bayonne's main business street.


Tram departing 22nd Street

(1 July 2006)
A tram bound for Hoboken Terminal departs 22nd Street in Bayonne.


Platform art at 22nd Street

(1 July 2006)
A view of the artwork on platform 2, at the track from which most trains depart. When HBLR is extended south to 8th Street in Bayonne, southbound trains will serve this platform.


More artwork on platform 2, 22nd Street

(1 July 2006)
A closer view of some of the artwork on platform 2.


Looking toward the end of the line, 22nd Street

(1 July 2006)
A view of the line past 22nd Street. Trains are sometimes coupled and uncoupled here, so I assume there is enough room for a few trams on the single track beyond the switch, but of course I haven't been back there to look.


View of platform 1, 22nd Street

(1 July 2006)
A view of platform 1, including some of the artwork, from platform 2. I can't believe that's a pay phone on the platform, but it is. Doesn't everybody have a mobile phone these days?


Platform 1, 22nd Street

(1 July 2006)
Another view of platform 1 from platform 2, this one looking toward 34th Street.


Fixed platform sign, 22nd Street

(1 July 2006)
A sign on platform 2. The information that this platform serves southbound trains is covered because as yet, there ARE no southbound trains.


Informative LED sign, 22nd Street

(1 July 2006)
An LED sign on platform 2. They've been doing this for weeks now, and it's very annoying, especially when there are service disruptions and signs that actually provided information would come in pretty handy.


Tram entering the station, 22nd Street

(1 July 2006)
Car 2033 arrives at 22nd Street.


Tram stopping, 22nd Street

(1 July 2006)
Car 2033 coming to a stop at 22nd Street. I find the lines of these cars a bit boxy and squared-off on the outside, but they're quite nice on the inside.


Side of tram with doors open, 22nd Street

(1 July 2006)
This shot shows the side of 2033 stopped at 22nd Street. Three of the four side doors are shown; the fourth is out of sight farther to the right.

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