JERSEY CITY - The historic train terminal at Liberty State Park is reopening following an $18 million makeover.

The Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal building was severely damaged by Superstorm Sandy and has been closed ever since.

It was originally built 127 years ago.

About 8 million immigrants took a ferry from Ellis Island to the terminal, where they then took a train to their destination.

It is scheduled to finally reopen on Wednesday.