DescriptionFlemington became widely known in the early 20th century for the manufacture of pottery and cut glass, but notoriety of a different sort came to town in 1935 when the much-publicized Lindbergh kidnapping trial was held in the county courthouse.
Steam and vintage diesel locomotives provide the power for 11-mile round trips aboard the Black River & Western Railroad. Summer weekend and holiday trips depart from Flemington Station, 12 Stangl Rd. off SR 12W, and travel to the Ringoes Station on CR 579. Seasonal themed excursions also are available. For information and reservations phone (908) 782-6622.
ShoppingLiberty Village, at 1 Church St., features specialty shops and outlet stores housed in Colonial-style buildings on the site of an old railroad turntable.
Things to SeeNorthlandz