This terminal is located in Hoboken New Jersey, just across the Hudson from New York. It had fallen in to disrepair but has been going through a restoration. Most of the work was finished for its 100th birthday in 2007, including the waiting room and a new clock tower being erected. The original clock tower was dismantled in the 50's because it had become structurally unstable. It was originally run by the Lackawanna Railroad but is now under New Jersey Transit control.
Along with serving rail it has six ferry slips, but they haven't been used for years, last I had heard they were going to dredge out the slips and begin operation again out of a few of them. It is a gorgeous example of Beaux Arts architecture and as some of you know I am a fan of that patina color, the clock tower I believe is also copper and will eventually weather to match the rest of the terminal.