A Brief History: Located at 610 Broad Street in Cape May, New Jersey lies the Cape May Railroad Station. At the intersection of Lafayette Street and Elmira Street, it was originally built in 1863 as a passenger train station, primarily utilized in the years of 1863 up until 1983. After 1983, the services of the station had an off and on-again history, being revitalized in 1995, but then shutting back down again in 2005 due to concerns regarding the structure in and around the station. However, the station resumed use again in 2010 and still is operational to this day.

Haunted History: There have been claims of hearing the sound of a locomotive, but it never arrives. People have also seen the apparition of a boy cross the tracks and then disappear.