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It’s hard to live in New Jersey and not develop a love of local diners. After all, New Jersey is the Diner Capital of the World! There’s one in almost every town serving any type of dish.

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from thrillist

The 14 Best Restaurants in New Brunswick, New Jersey

State bird: the mosquito.

from thrillist

The 14 Best Restaurants in New Brunswick, New Jersey

Best Restaurants in New Brunswick: The 14 Essential Places to Eat Near Rutgers

Albert Einstein, Nikola Tesla and Charles Steinmetz as they appeared in 1921, in a visit to the transoceanic station, at New Brunswick, NJ.

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The Longest Covered Bridge in the World | Hartland, New Brunswick, Canada - Would love to visit someday.

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New Jersey Beach Map - libby vanderploeg

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Kirk Douglas & Michael Douglas- Father and son

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The United Aircraft Turbo Train. High speed train powered by Pratt Whitney ST6 gas turbines. Between 1968 and 1984, the Turbo Train was used in the US by Amtrak and in Canada by the Canadian National Railway and then VIA Rail. In 1967, a Turbo Train achieved a #jorgenca

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Here’s Pennsylvania Railroad No. 4995, one of two E3B experimental electric locomotives built by Baldwin Westinghouse in 1951. Shown here at New Brunswick, New Jersey in 1955

from Fodor's

10 Hidden Gems in New Jersey

10 Hidden Gems in New Jersey | Fodors--this one is Greenwood Gardens in Short hills. Also Lambertville and a scenic drive along the Delaware