Mount Tabor station

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Mount Tabor
Mount Tabor Station - September 2014.jpg
Mount Tabor station in September 2014 facing Morris Plains-bound. Station Road is visible to the right side.
LocationStation Road near New Jersey Route 53
Mount Tabor, New Jersey
Coordinates40°52′33″N 74°28′55″W / 40.87583°N 74.48194°W / 40.87583; -74.48194Coordinates: 40°52′33″N 74°28′55″W / 40.87583°N 74.48194°W / 40.87583; -74.48194
Owned byNew Jersey Transit
Platforms1 side platform
ConnectionsNJT Bus: 880
Bicycle facilitiesYes
Other information
Fare zone16
RebuiltMay 1, 1902[1]
Key dates
June 15, 1971Station depot razed[2]
Passengers (2017)30 (average weekday)[3][4]
Preceding station NJT logo.svg NJ Transit Following station
Denville Morristown Line Morris Plains
Former services
Preceding station Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Following station
toward Buffalo
Main Line Morris Plains
toward Hoboken

Mount Tabor is a New Jersey Transit station in Denville, New Jersey along the Morristown Line just west of the small community of Mount Tabor in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey. The station consists of one side platform and 48 parking spaces for commuters. One of these parking spaces is handicapped-accessible. The station sees limited service on a daily basis.

The first station at Mount Tabor was originally built by the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad on August 19, 1881 under the supervision of a man from Newark named John Scannell.[5] The station depot was razed on June 15, 1971 after falling into a state of disrepair.[2]

Station layout[edit]

The station has two tracks with a low-level side platform on Track 1. Access from the platform to Track 2 is provided via a walkway over the tracks, though not all trains stop at this station.

Platform level
Street level Ticket machine and parking
Side platform, access to both tracks
Track 1      Morristown Line toward Dover or Hackettstown (Denville)
Track 2      Morristown Line toward Hoboken or New York (Morris Plains)


  1. ^ Taber, Thomas Townsend; Taber, Thomas Townsend III (1981). The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad in the Twentieth Century. 2. Muncy, PA: Privately printed. p. 753. ISBN 0-9603398-3-3.
  2. ^ a b "No Shelter for Tabor Commuters". The Herald-News. Passaic, New Jersey. June 17, 1971. p. 5. Retrieved March 5, 2019 – via open access
  3. ^ "QUARTERLY RIDERSHIP TRENDS ANALYSIS" (PDF). New Jersey Transit. Archived from the original (PDF) on December 27, 2012. Retrieved January 4, 2013.
  4. ^ "How Many Riders Use NJ Transit's Hoboken Train Station?". Hoboken Patch. Retrieved 2018-07-18.
  5. ^ Mount Tabor Historical Society (2007). Images of America: Mount Tabor. Mount Pleasant, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing. p. 16. ISBN 978-0-7385-5010-7.

External links[edit]

Media related to Mount Tabor (NJT station) at Wikimedia Commons

The original Mount Tabor DL&W station in 1881.