kennj123 wrote: ↑Sat Dec 07, 2019 7:09 pm somebody pointed out Tenafly train station as one of the prettiest stations in NJ. I'll probably put it on my list, but I'm really interested in finding signage that identifies it as an Erie railroad station. here's a closeup of the windvane on the roof: https://goo.gl/maps/Mm7nzXPJ5jkwzTP28 . Does the ''E" and star mean its an Erie Station by any chance?I think the E just means East. I have to say that's the most elaborate station (considering the size of the town) I ever saw on the Erie, but I never got a good look at the stations on the Northern Branch--does anyone know whether there's a backstory about the design of that station? Any wrought iron around the ticket window with NRRof NJ worked into it? The typical Erie station in North Jersey was about as basic as it got.