Up for bid on eBay is a nice pair of 1893 dated Time Tables from the Central Railroad of New Jersey "To the Sea Shore" and "All Rail Line from the Foot of Liberty Street N.R. and Sandy Hook Route from Pier 8, N.R.".
According to the listing, one is a time table of June 25, 1893 and the other is of May 28th, 1893. Each folds out to 6 panels, printed on both sides. They cover routes including "Royal Blue Line between New Jersey Coast Resorts and Trenton, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington.
The Central Railroad of New Jersey (reporting mark CNJ), commonly known as the Jersey Central Lines or CNJ, was a Class I railroad with origins in the 1830s, lasting until 1976 when it was absorbed into Conrail with the other bankrupt railroads of the Northeastern United States. Its main line ran from Jersey City west through New Jersey to Phillipsburg and across the Delaware River to Easton and Scranton in Pennsylvania. Branches stretched into southern New Jersey to Delaware Bay.