rvrrofficesign.jpg (23629 bytes)   RAHWAY VALLEY RAILROAD STATIONS 

Station Built Dismantled MP Size Notes
Central Station, Kenilworth
1898 1979 1.7 16' x 40' Burned 1974, torn down. Also known as Kenilworth Station. N. 31st Street.
Warren Street Station, Kenilworth 1899 (?) 1922 N/A 16' x 25' On Monsanto Branch, dismantled after end of regular passenger service 1922. Was located near 26th Street and Sheridan Ave.
Doty's Station, Union 1905 1924 2.6 8' x 12' Location now Rt. 22, dismantled after end of regular passenger service.
Arion Station, Union 1905 1924 3.1 10' x 12' Next to Liberty Ave. Also known as Kate Miller Station, vacant 1922-1924. 
Springfield Station, Springfieldspringst_v2.jpg (28946 bytes) 1905 N/A 4.4 20' x 40' On Mountain Ave., Still Survives, used as a business. Modified in 1910 to 18' x 40' to include bay window.
Baltusrol Station, Springfieldbaltusrolrvrr.jpg (58478 bytes) 1906 1970 5.0 20' x 30' Was located near Baltusrol Way under I-78. Rented out until razed in 1970. when I-78 was built. Served the Baltusrol Golf Club.
Summit Station, Summitrvsummit.jpg (6516 bytes) 1906 Razed 1974-75 7.1 18' x 25' Was at 270 Broad Street. Torn down to make way for apartments, vacant from 1920s. Razed 1974-75
Unionbury Station, Union 1916 1919 0.9 Unk. Was located on what is now Francyne Way in a new development. Was on the Unionbury Branch.
Newark Heights, Maplewood N/A N/A 2.9 N/A Was planned but never constructed, was planned to be located at Newark Way and Tuscan Road.

All Stations owned by Rahway Valley Railroad
There was also a flagstop at Michigan Avenue in Kenilworth     Chart: Richard J. King 2008