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A Walk Through Hoboken with David Hartman and Historian Barry Lewis
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Elysian Park -- See 360 Virtual Tour
On June 19, 1846, Hoboken's Elysian Fields played host to the first officially recorded, organized baseball game. Though it is believed that the Maxwell House Coffee Plant was later built on the spot where the first game was played, the smaller Elysian Park still remains.

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Hoboken Train Station -- See 360 Virtual Tour
Hoboken's historic Railroad Terminal, designed by Kenneth Murchison and built in 1907, is a marvel of Beaux Arts architecture. The main waiting room contains an impressive marble staircase, which leads to the Ferry portion of the building, a large cast iron clock, and an ornate Tiffany stained glass skylight.

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