I cited the wrong volume, relying on memory -- it's Trumph V / Philadelphia to New York 1830-2002, by David W. Messer and Charles S. Roberts, published by Barnard, Roberts & Co., Baltimore (ISBN 0-934118-27-2). Beginning on page 197 it has a good many photos (and some historical text) of the Jersey City passenger terminal, which had a trainshed similar to that at Broad St. in Philadelphia until it was demolished in 1921 and replaced by butterfly sheds. Continuing through page 226 there are photos and track plans of both the passenger station and the freight facilities at Harsimus Cove reached by the embankment being considered for the rail trail. (Photos of the passenger terminal in its latter days are on pages 206 and 207.) Also, there is a book called The Port of New York, by Carl W. Condit, published by the University of Chicago Press (ISBN 0-226-11460-0), which I don't have, but I recall that it has good coverage of railroad facilities in New York Harbor, although not as heavy on photographs as the Triumph book -- it may be easier to find than the Triumph book, however.