Whitehouse Station owes its colorful name to two things. “Whitehouse,” because there was an 18th century tavern there of the same name. And “Station,” because it was once a railroad junction that served as the endpoint of the now defunct Rockaway Valley Railroad.
Had drinking and transportation options been just slightly different back then, town residents would today live in, “The Corner Bar Bus Stop.”
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