The Reading built many splendid depots along its lines, a number of which contained housing for their Agents. This station at Hopewell, NJ on their mainline between Philadelphia New York City was built in 1876 for the Delaware & Bound Brook Railroad. I'm not sure how the station is being used; passenger service ended in the early 1980s on this line. A similar station at Pennington, NJ also survives. Here's a shot I took 40+ Years ago in the summer of '76 when passenger trains called on Hopewell and it was a busier place. Only one track remains today.