As you have seen before in my blog, New Jersey is not all city.
A number of old deserted railways have been turned into paths for human-powered locomotion.
Often you find old reminders of days gone by, like the train station here in Califon.
Along the Delaware River there are trails on the east bank in New Jersey with bridges that cross over to the trail along the canal in Pennsylvania.
See below how the canal is transported over a tributary of the Delaware River.
At Lumbersville, Pennsylvania, there is a footbridge to take you back across the Delaware.
There are historic towns, like Clinton with its old mill and picturesque Main Street.
So now you have seen another side of New Jersey.