Holiday Quiz: Can You Name These Walkable NJ Downtowns?

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So you think you know Jersey? Hit pause on “It’s a Wonderful Life”! We’ve got something better – a big ol’ holiday quiz for you! The question is… how many of these walkable downtowns can you recognize? They’re all in Central NJ (or maybe Bucks County, PA). Forget your strip malls and your ‘what exit?’ gags, and enjoy these local walkable places…

#1. See photo above. What walkable place is this?

Clue: It’s the birthplace of legendary jazz pianist, Count Basie.

Answer.

#2. What walkable place is this?

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Where is this? (click to expand)

Clue: This town has a beautiful railroad station that is no longer used for passenger service.

Answer.

#3. What walkable place is this?

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Where is this? (click to expand)

Clue: Formerly known as Sunbeam, NJ. The Nishisakawack Creek runs through here.

Answer.

#4. What walkable place is this?

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Where is this? (click to expand)

Clue: It’s the site of a 6-story museum, completed in 1916, which was one of the first major examples of a building made from poured concrete.

Answer.

#5. What walkable place is this?

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Where is this? (click to expand)

Clue: George Washington and his Continental Army camped here in spring, 1777.

Answer.

#6. What walkable place is this?

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Where is this? (click to expand)

Clue: It is haunted by a dead high school football player, called ‘Billy’.

Answer.

#7. What walkable place is this?

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Where is this? (click to expand)

Clue: This town was formerly known as “Washington, NJ”.

Answer.

How did you do? Is 2016 going to be the year you check out some more great walkable places? What others ought to make the gallery?

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