Sand Washer in Jamesburg, located behind Fernwood Cemetery.
The C. C. Cruger Hotel, which was located at the present day site of Busco Brothers Heating Oil near the directly across from the Upper Railroad Station. The hotel operated from the late 1800s to the early 1900s.
The Star Theatre on West Railroad Avenue, now home to the Elks #2180.
Perrine's Pontiac, circa 1930s. Located on Buckelew Avenue across from the Buckelew Mansion. Now a shopping center called Jamesburg Commons.
Perrine's Pontiac, circa 1940s. Located on Buckelew Avenue across from the Buckelew Mansion. Now a shopping center called Jamesburg Commons.
Kerr's Butterscotch Factory, now home to the professional building on Buckelew Avenue across from the lake. Was the site of grist mill, silk mill, and Shapanka factory.
Original First National Bank organized in 1864. It was the 288th institution to be chartered by the United States Government. It was directly across from Buckelew Mansion.
The "new" First National Bank of Jamesburg. Opened July 14, 1926. Occupied by First National Bank of South River, First National Bank of Middlesex County, First Charter National Bank, Heritage National Bank, Midlantic Bank Corporation, and PNC Bank.
Fred Perrine's Garage located on East Railroad Avenue. Today home to Auto King Parts Supply.
Mexican Workers’ Railroad Camp in Jamesburg during World War I
Weinraub Drug Store and Jamesburg Post Office located in the Kullmar Building, circa 1940. The Borough of Jamesburg later purchased the building for $13,000 in 1962 and renovated it at a cost of $36,000 to house Borough Offices and the Police Department.
The Texaco Station, located where Jamesburg Deli stands today on Gatzmer Avenue.
Lange's Hall on Hooker Street
Nisonoff’s Market on the corner of East Railroad Avenue and Vine Street.