Plainfield is a city in the Gateway area of New Jersey. In the early 20th century, Plainfield was a refuge from New York City, known as a dwelling for rich and famous people, and many buildings in the town reflect the history of the past still remain.
The plaintiffs were affected by the riots that led mainly to Newark in the 1960s to the loss of white flight and recession. We are still trying to recover the former grandeur of the town.
The Plain Field is provided by NJ Transit via the Lalitan Valley line between Pen Station and Lalitan in New York City. There are two stations in the field, both of which have a historical appeal. Built in 1902, Harano Station is next to the downtown area and the two Netawood Stations, built in 1894, are mainly used by commuters.
In the city, the NJ Transit Bus operates. However, the bus is usually for commuters with limited outside service during rush hours or weekends, so you might need to use a car.
drive a car to see the vestiges of the past year.
- The 1 Drake House Museum, built in 602W front in 1736, and added to the National Historic Site Registry Office in 1973. The most famous of his collections is the picture of "The Death of General Sedgwick" painted by Julian Scott in 1887.
- 2 St. Mary, Catholic Church, 516 W 6.
- The 3 Grace Church, 600 Cleveland Waves.
keep ~ safe
Hara has a good reputation for safety, so be careful when you come.
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