201 Area Code BBSes Through History (80's Version)

MAP OF THE 201 AREA CODE
201-214-8896
Software Society BBS
(1989)
Dave KleinPCBoard
201-226-0341
Cybercom
(1985)
201-226-0623
The Hidden Stronghold
(1987-1992)
Andy YoungGBBS Pro
"The Hidden Stronghold was a GBBS Pro system for trading Apple ][ software. This system made good use of the ProTERM emulation setting on Apple terminal software. It was a good system." - Brian Bernstein
201-227-5636
Dads
(1985)
201-227-9481
Garden State Software
(1989)
201-228-7837
Caldwell, NJ
The Dungeon
(1985)
201-233-0341
AE Line: KNICKS, Everyware, AE LINE: KNICKS
(1984-1985)
201-233-8077
Ambulance
(1985)
201-233-8778

(1985)
201-238-6705
Lions Lair
(1985)
201-238-8170
Beaver Board
(1987-1991)
201-238-9118
AE Line: RUT, The Apple Alliance
(1985)
201-239-0001
Verona, NJ
MicroSellar BBS
(1983-1996)
Mark Rapp, Verona, New Jersey since 03/83PCBoard
From the January 1996 issue of Boardwatch: PCBoard 15.x alpha site. NJ's preferred BBS for the Pro 12 yrs running. 20+ hi-speed 28.8K lines. Charter m ember BBS Direct provides local access #'s for easy access. Best quality latest files games info gold mine. Many mail networks including Internet. Trial acce ss provided. Major credit cards.

From the September 1994 issue of Boardwatch: Verona, New Jersey since 03/83. Sysop: Mark Rapp. Using PCBoard 15.2 with 11 lines on MS-DOS 80486 with 5100 MB storage. Hayes at 28800 bps. No fee. PCBoard 15.x alpha site. NJ's preferred BBS for the professional 11 yrs running. HiSpeed lines for easy access. Gold mine of the best-quality, latest files, games, info. Many mail networks including Internet. Trial access provided. Major credit cards.

201-239-1346
MicroSellar BBS, The Micro Sellar
(1986-1994)
Mark RappPCBoard
201-244-3528
Eagles Roost
(1988-1990)
Pat ClimentoCit86 2.17
201-245-3311
Roselle, NJ
Dead Zone
(1987)
201-245-6614
Roselle, NJ
General Help, The Micro Room
(1986-1991)
Marv Shelton, WA2BFW
201-247-1952
Somewh,ere
Strange Encounters..
(1987)
Chris TuttleSTadel3.0c
201-247-6748
Somewh,ere
Central NJ HUB, Eastern C Board, Opus Highlands
(1987-1989)
Todd Lehr
201-247-8252
Somewh,ere
E.B.B.B.S. Mobile Monitor, E.Brunswick 380m
(1987-1991)
Fabian Gordon
201-247-8260
Somewh,ere
NY NJ Metronet
(1988)
Fabian Gordon
201-249-0172
Not in Guttenberg, NJ
Mercury Connection
(1988-1990)
Kenneth Levine
201-249-0690
Not in Guttenberg, NJ
CP/M Net East2
(1985)
harry Karmmerer
201-249-0691
Not in Guttenberg, NJ
CP/M - Net East, CP/M-Net (tm) East (The Second!), CP/M-NET(tm) EAST, RCP/M CP/M-Net
(1983-1985)
Harry, Harry & Al
201-249-1898
Not in Guttenberg, NJ
Central NJ HUB, Dance Studio, IBM Help, PVC Gateway, Reg 13 Echo Coordinator, South NJ HUB, Strange Brew
(1986-1990)
Gee Wong, Janet Wong, Doris Huie, Nelson Huie, Wanda Van Bree, Alan Richards
201-249-4239
Not in Guttenberg, NJ
Dad's Place, Mom's Place
(1987-1991)
Dave Dworkin, Diane Dworkin
201-249-9871
Not in Guttenberg, NJ
SEAMCOlink Opus
(1989)
Kevin Schlosser
201-254-6449
Sayreville, NJ
E.B.B.S, F.B.B.B.S
(1985)
Forem ST
201-254-7305
Sayreville, NJ
The Tropical Island
(1985)
201-254-8117
Sayreville, NJ
The Cop Shop BBS
(1988-1990)
Bob KellyWildcat
201-256-0691
Excalibur's Realm BBS
(1988-1997)
John NormanRenegade
201-256-4202
Trade Center
(1986-1988)
Ascii Express
201-256-7249
Big Brother, CP/M User Group
(1985)
201-257-6029
Brunswick Mart
(1989)
Karan Bhagat
201-263-3784
Towaco, NJ
East Coast Download
(1985)
201-263-8167
Towaco, NJ
The Power
(1988)
Red Ryder Host
201-265-0273
Emerson, NJ
Surf Board
(1988)
201-265-7364
Emerson, NJ
CCS Board
(1989-1996)
Peter WilliamsPCBoard
201-267-1207
The Armory
(1985)
201-267-2194
Amityville BBS
(1988)
201-272-1874
Cranford, NJ
RCP/M RBBS Cranford, RIBBS of Cranford, New Jersey
(1981-1985)
Bruce RatoffNOTE-1
201-272-3686
Dial-Your-Match #14, MATCHMAKER #14
(1982-1985)
201-273-0345
Summit, NJ
The Summit PCBoard
(1989-1994)
Doug VohdenPCBoard
201-276-5494
Cranforn, NJ
The Bird's Nest BBS
(1989-1990)
George BirdWildcat
201-276-8150
Cranforn, NJ
The Wizard's BBS
(1989-1990)
Rick Siegel
201-277-1273
AE Line: Individual Password
(1985)
201-277-3227
Hydroborea
(1985-1987)
201-277-6522
Gods' RBBS
(1985-1989)
William Pappas
201-278-9044
Paterson, NJ
The Final Frontier
(1986-1994)
Lisa ComptonPCBoard
201-279-7048
The Dean's Office
(1987-1996)
Frank RelottoPCBoard
201-283-1806
SEAdog/SEAmail HELP, Starship Enterprise
(1989-1996)
Charles LekowskiPCBoard
201-283-2724
Remote CP/M and Bulletin Board System of Iselin
(1980)
Bruce Ratoff
201-284-3916
Fido BUG's EAST, North NJ HUB, The Xtra BBS
(1986-1988)
Marv SheltonFidoNet
201-285-5402
Buccaneer Co-op
(1987-1989)
George Vargo
201-286-2567
EchoList Coord, Metatek Fido, Metron's Opus
(1986-1988)
Thomas KennyFidoNet
201-288-5001
West Milford, NJ
Aviation time Mgmt BBS Service
(1989-1991)
Charles Amet
201-288-9076
West Milford, NJ
FIDO #88 Wizards Tower, Orgabang's Lair, The Ogate, The Wizard's Tower
(1984-1994)
Karl Ogate SchinkeFidoNet
201-292-1365
Cloudbase
(1986)
Bill Aubin
201-293-7778
Montague, NJ
Shadow Spawn BBS
(1989-1996)
Charlie Teufert, Chas. TeufertRemoteAccess, QuickBBS
201-297-1183
Franklin Park, NJ
CloneWorld II BBS
(1989)
201-297-3442
Franklin Park, NJ
The Power Pack
(1988)
201-297-7399
Franklin Park, NJ
Pan World Int'l BBS
(1989)
201-298-0161
Roselle, NJ
JACG BBS
(1988-1994)
Gary Gorski
201-298-9098
Just Programs BBS
(1989-1994)
Mat KorybskiPCBoard
201-299-1445
Towaco, NJ
Dragon's Cave BBS, Net 269 Post Office
(1988-1991)
Ralph MerrittRed Ryder Host
201-299-7914
Towaco, NJ
Designed Letters BBSNet, Land's End, The Designed Letters BBS
(1987-1994)
James SuraPCBoard, Tag
201-299-8650
Towaco, NJ
Designed Letters (Node 2), DesLett
(1987-1996)
James SuraPCBoard
201-307-1452
Woodcliff Lake, NJ
The Quantum Zone
(1989-1996)
Chris Krieger, Wayne RobinsonSearchlight
201-323-0905
MCI Mail
(1985)
201-326-9870
Parsippany, NJ
IFNA Legal, TMMNet
(1986-1994)
Tom Marshall
201-327-5725
Allendale, NJ
Eastern Alliance
(1982-1988)
The TracerModified Telecat
201-327-7808
Allendale, NJ
Eastern Alliance
(1983-1987)
The TracerCustomized Tele-Cat ][ + Ascii Express
"Ran 202/212 AppleCat as well as USR 9600HST, Sider 20 Meg Hard Drive. Distro Point for PPG, Digital Gang and First Class for Apple Warez. Interactive gaming for credit and intergrated ASCII Express module to count download sectors won in gaming area." - James Wynen, "The Tracer"
201-327-8245
Ramsey, NJ
Hotel California
(1982-1988)
Curt StapletonRBBS, Colossus, Wildcat!
"Started with an IBM PC, 640K and hayes smartmodem (300 baud). System upgrades over time: Quadram quadboard, Hercules graphics card, Peachtree 10MB hard disk, 1200 baud hayes smartmodem. 24/7 (except when I was playing games or my dad actually had to use it for work)." - Curt Stapleton
201-328-0741
Sayreville, NJ
The Outer Limits
(1983-1996)
William Wrightti-net
201-328-3918
Gray Seas PCBoard, The Gray Seas BBS
(1989-1994)
Nigel GrayPCBoard
201-332-6098
Edgelight On-Line BBS
(1987-1991)
Greg Miller, KB2BLEPCBoard
201-334-2404
Partroy Party Line
(1985)
201-334-2555
Hacker Central Node 1, The Hacker Central BBS
(1989-1994)
Michael CockePCBoard
201-334-4335
Rats Parsippany
(1985)
201-337-1327
Franklin Lakes, NJ
FLEUG, Franklin Lakes ROS, The Data Exchange, The Data Exchange BBS
(1984-1995)
John DoughertyRoboBoard , RCPM, ROS (Remote Operating System), MBBS, Worldgroup
"The BBS originally started out as the FLEUG (Franklin Lakes Epson Users Group) running the RCPM (Remote C/PM) BBS. The BBS ran only at night (yes, I used the computer during the day) for users of the Epson QX-10 computer and also supported the Epson series of printers. The board originally started out running on two 360K floppy drives; the first drive held the BBS programs and message areas, and the second drive would hold the support programs, text files & utilities. The main problem I had with the RCPM software was the fact that people had direct access to your computer and its drives and user areas. When I decided to install a hard disk, I switched to the brand new ROS BBS software, since it handled the bulletin board operations without allowing users direct access to your hard drive areas. I changed to an MSDOS system about the same time as the ROS software author, so ROS was ported to the MSDOS operating system (about 1985~1986) and I continued to run that. ROS soon was able to handle two nodes running under a multitasking software (DoubleDOS, Desqview) so I installed another phone line, bought a newer computer and another modem and let the BBS to run 24 hours a day. I Switched to MBBS around February 1990, mainly because of the ability to run multi-node operation on a single computer. I had 10 nodes up and running when I finally shut the system down on April 1995. I saw the writing on the wall; there was really no need for local BBS systems when you have the World Wide Web available." - John Dougherty
201-337-2028
AE Line: MASTER, AE LINE: MASTER
(1984-1985)
201-338-5265
GoldenDane, The Golden Dane BBS, The Golden*Dane BBS
(1980-1997)
Max BruhnPCBoard
201-338-6165
Airport
(1985)
201-339-2304
Deaf Communic
(1987-1988)
G & B Zimmer
201-342-1105
The Wall
(1989-1994)
Stuart LeePCBoard
201-347-3780
Budd Lake, NJ
The Twilight BBS
(1988-1994)
Dennis DeMarcoWildcat
201-347-5953
Budd Lake, NJ
Dial-Your-Match #14, Matchmaker
(1985)
201-347-7325
Budd Lake, NJ
The Firehouse
(1985)
201-347-9284
Budd Lake, NJ
The Other Side BBS , The Woman's Touch BBS
(1989-1996)
Donna & S.GriffPCBoard
201-353-1116
Fantasy Land
(1987)
201-354-6979
Elizabeth, NJ
Computer Junction, Eastern NJ HUB
(1988-1994)
Jeff ShapiroWildcat
201-362-5116
Blairstown, NJ
The Bazaar AE
(1985-1987)
Todd Fennell aka "The Bronze Rider"
201-362-6304
Blairstown, NJ
Hard Rock Cafe
(1988)
201-362-9304
Blairstown, NJ
The Hard Rock Cafe BBS/AE
(1987-1989)
Todd Fennell aka "The Bronze Rider"
201-363-3122
HBBS
(1985)
201-366-1955
Skylands BBS
(1980-1997)
Perry Jones, Wharton NJWildcat
201-366-2209
Dial-Your-Match #57, Pirate's I/O
(1985)
201-366-4431
Private Sector
(1985-1987)
201-367-4462
The Morgue
(1985)
201-367-8553
Eagles Roos, Eagles Roost
(1987-1988)
Frank AdlerCit86 2.17
201-369-3890
Pegasus
(1985)
201-369-5450
Stargazer
(1985)
201-369-5972
Board Of Ed
(1985)
201-373-1348
New Arc Xchg
(1988)
Rick De Pinho
201-376-0816
Northlink
(1985-2001)
Bruce TraversC64
"North*link was (is?) a C64 based system that has been around since the mid-1980's. Run out of Springfield, NJ, it was never an extremely popular system. However, it stands as one of the longest running Commodore 8-bit based BBS systems in history. Even at the turn of the millennium, it was still running off of its antiquated 300/1200 baud modem.

As of this writing (September 2001), a single attempt to call the system was made. Unfortunately, only endless rings were heard from the other end of the phone. It is possible that this system has finally retired." - Brian Bernstein

201-376-6126
Millburn, NJ
BMBBS The Enterprise, The Enterprise
(1984-1985)
BMBBS
201-376-6337
Dronefone
(1986-1990)
Drone (Brian J. Bernstein)Compunet BBS
"Dronefone was an Apple //e based system with (originally) 2 floppy drives that eventually made it up to a 20MB Sider hard drive. From its beginning, it always ran custom software written by the Sysop. It averaged somewhere about 30-40 calls a day at its best, and was one of the first 2400 baud systems in the area. It was a member of "The BBS Triumverate", which included the systems "Middle Earth" (IBM based in Livingston) and "The Iron Castle" (C64/128 based in Florham Park). It should be noted that most of the content from this system has been archived and will one day be available on the web." - Brian Bernstein
201-377-2526
Stocks & Such, Stocks and Such BBS
(1987-1994)
Glenn CatlinPCBoard
201-377-3170
Freedom - Net
(1985)
201-377-4084
High Bridge, NJ
Jersey Atari Computer Group
(1984)
201-377-8193
Drew Univ II
(1988)
201-377-8245
Drew Univ I, The Drew Underground
(1986-1989)
Neil Clarke and Chris Gorman2AM BBS
"The Drew Underground was a 2-line BBS system that was written and run by two computer science students at Drew University in Madison, NJ. The IBM PC based software was written in Pascal by the sysops, and was used by several BBS systems in the area. The two line ability was introduced when the system acquired a hard drive multiplexer for the pair of Zenith (?) PCs.

A noteworthy item about this system was that it featured special access areas for students and faculty of Drew University." - Brian Bernstein

201-379-1909
Springfield, NJ
Oriental Express
(1985)
201-379-2185
Springfield, NJ
The Wizard's BBS, The Wizards BBS
(1986-1989)
Rick Siegel
201-382-1885
The Cia, The Labratory
(1985)
201-385-1693
Dumont, NJ
Radio CMBS
(1988-1991)
201-385-2874
Dumont, NJ
Central Bergen HUB, Menti's Bay BBS, Menti's Bay HST, MENTI'S BAY HST BBS, PEMCOMP Systems(tm)
(1988-1996)
Peter MentiWildcat
201-386-9150
Parsippany, NJ
La Villa Strangiato, VillaStrang.
(1988-1994)
Cnet-Amiga
201-387-1810
Dumont, NJ
The Final Frontier BBS
(1986-1994)
Jim Malkowski, Jim Malkowski / Russell SteinthalSearchlight BBS
201-387-2658
Dumont, NJ
K.B.B.S
(1985)
201-387-7995
Dumont, NJ
County Jail III, County Jail ][, County Jail ][ BBS, FidoCon 90, HUB500 EchoMail Coord, HUB500 GroupMail Coord, NorthEast NJ HUB, Ogate, The County Jail, The County Jail II
(1989-1995)
Bill Vanglahn, Michael VanglahnFidoNet, TBBS, Bread Board
201-387-9232
Dumont, NJ
The Rock Pile BBS
(1989-1993)
Tom Heffernan
201-388-1676
Clark, NJ
NJMUG BBS
(1988-1994)
Mike BielenRed Ryder Host
201-388-4175
Clark, NJ
Olympus
(1985)
201-389-8473
Generic BBS
(1987)
Cit286
201-392-9654
Eagle's Eye
(1988)
201-393-0988
Hasbrouck Hts, NJ
COSMOS, CRLABS.COM, Merlin's Castle, Merlins Castle, MetroNet of New Jersey & Long Island, Net 107 Technical Ops., North NJ HUB, NorthEast NJ HUB, NY NJ MetroNet, Santa's WorkShop, Temp Long Island HUB
(1987-1994)
Burt Juda, Fabian Gordon, Nancy Juda, Jim Hruby, Santa Claus, Chris Wiener
201-396-8516
Software Sprmkt, The Software Supermarket
(1987-1994)
Al Reilly
201-398-1133
Sparta, NJ
Microcosm BBS, South West ECHOMAIL
(1988-1995)
Marty NicholsRemoteAccess, QuickBBS
201-398-1582
Sparta, NJ
Bermuda Triangle, THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE
(1988-1994)
Rob McLaughlinWildcat
201-398-2373
Sparta, NJ
Evergreen (Roan Tech), Evergreen BBS, The Evergreen
(1989-1996)
Bob LawtonWildcat
201-398-2953
Sparta, NJ
Upside Down, Upside Down BBS, Upsidedown BBS P/W = Run
(1985-1988)
Dan EriksenAscii Express, T-net, Cat-Fer
"Customized modem handshake to auto detect bell 103/202/212 modes for AE, Cat-Fer, or BBS. AppleCat Modem with 20meg siders, Hack/Phreak/Warez (only for Elite users) http://www.textfiles.com/100/ad.txt" - Dan Eriksen
201-403-9757
Roseland, NJ
Garden State North, North Jersey, SportsBoard BBS
(1989-1990)
Glen Johnson
201-423-4258
Hawthorne, NJ
Comp.Nookery, ComputerNookery, The Computer Nookery
(1986-1996)
James R Wheater, Jim WheaterPCBoard
201-423-5805
Hawthorne, NJ
Atari Wharehouse
(1985)
201-427-0847
Tequila Sunrise BBS
(1985-1986)
Dave Pruiksma
201-428-3959
Parsippany, NJ
The Party Zone
(1983-1984)
Jeff Koyen
"I was 13 when I got my Atari 800; I started a BBS the next year, as soon as my parents gave me my own phone line. Soon enough, my friend and I were swapping warez and swiping phone codes so we could dial into west coast BBSes. I almost lost my virginity to an "older" woman (20s) who met me on another BBS (it's probably on your list). She took me to the mall and bought me floppy discs. I was too scared to go through with it. These days. they'd call her a predator. Ah, god bless the pre-internet days." - Jeff Koyzen
201-428-9495
Parsippany, NJ
Domed City BBS
(1989-1995)
Robert BohningRenegade
201-429-1097
Connection-80
(1985)
201-435-3709
MidEast, NJ
Crystal Chip
(1985)
201-437-5830
Bayonne, NJ
JUAN'S SOFTWARE EXCHANGE
(1988)
Wildcat
201-438-0865
Carlstadt, NJ
COSMOS
(1987-1989)
Jim Hruby
201-438-3078
Carlstadt, NJ
The Fallout Shelter
(1988)
Abracadata
201-442-8199
AE Line: CIAE, AE LINE: CIAE
(1984-1985)
201-444-1522
Glenn Rock Rats
(1985)
201-445-8152
Waldwick, NJ
Salem's Lot
(1985-1994)
VindicatorWWIV, Synchronet
"Originally started in 1985 with a Commodore 64 and running on the NATCO BBS System. It then grew up to a Commodore Amiga for a about a year before I moved it over to a PC Compatible system. Finally took it down when I went back to school in 94." - Vindicator
201-446-1424
Atariland
(1985)
201-446-1665
Flea Market
(1987-1988)
Scott Pazur
201-446-6359
RBBS
(1985)
201-447-8994
Paramus , NJ
Time Warp BBS
(1989-1992)
ZiggyPCBoard and Aftershock
201-457-0893
CBBS
(1985)
201-462-0435
Dial-Your-Match #21
(1983-1985)
201-463-0001
Piscataway, NJ
The Cork Board
(1988-1989)
Steve Linhart
201-463-0315
Piscataway, NJ
HUB 300 EchoMail Coord, Parthenon
(1987-1991)
Paul Papasavas
201-463-1540
Piscataway, NJ
MicroMan Systems
(1987-1991)
Tom Bocchino
201-464-9201
Berkley Heights, NJ
Mind Dump Magazine
(1987-1994)
Roger Sakowski
201-464-9251
New Providence, NJ
What BBS?
(1986-1989)
What SibleySyntech BBS
"What BBS? was a unique system run out of New Providence, NJ by an omniscient being. The unique humor and writing abilities of the sysop made this system a quite enjoyable experience. The fact that it was run on a Commodore 64 didn't bother most people because the site's content was just too much fun. No online games or anything, just a fantastic group of creative energies contributing to the experience that was What BBS?" - Brian Bernstein
201-467-1303
Oriental Express
(1985)
201-467-3269
MARKET Investment BBS, The Market, The Market,inv
(1985-1996)
Alan SislenPCBoard
201-467-3341
Happy Pirate's Ship
(1985)
201-469-0049
Graphic Dump, Pro-Graphics
(1988-1994)
201-469-5409
Airport, BBS #3
(1985-1987)
201-472-0799
Clifton, NJ
W.O.P.R.
(1987-1989)
Several Sysop's
201-472-5025
Clifton, NJ
Radio Shack II
(1985)
201-472-8065
Clifton, NJ
FidoNews, Group Efforts, Mid Atlantic, SEA Marketing, SEAboard, SEAdog Leader, Seanet Relay
(1986-1990)
Thom Henderson, Kilgore Trout, Irene HendersonFidoNet
201-473-5371
Clifton, NJ
The Fun House
(1988-1990)
Irene Henderson
201-473-8062
Clifton, NJ
COSMOS II, SEAboard HST, The Dog House
(1989-1992)
Jim Hruby, Bill Vanglahn, Kilgore Trout
201-473-8522
Clifton, NJ
Atlantis StarGate, Mid Atlantic, SEA Marketing, SEAdog Leader, SEAnet Relay, The Fun House
(1987-1991)
Duke of Atlantis, {Phoon !Tang, Irene Henderson, Thom Henderson
201-477-7263
Brick Citadel
(1987)
Ted MozerCit2.51
201-478-8476
Assistant REC - Mid Atlantic, Echomail Link #1, Echomail Link #5, N2604C, Net 2604 Coordinator, NorthEast HUB, NorthEast NJ HUB, Regional Mail Gate, South Bergen NJ HUB, Southwest Bergen NJ HUB, The Cat's Meow-TFP/3, The Dx Connection BBS, The Funny Papers Node 1, The Funny Papers-Internet I-III, The Funny Papers/2
(1980-2002)
Jim McLaughlin, Cosimo DelRosso, Junior McLaughlin, J McLaughlin, Maximus
201-482-1650
J.A.W.'s
(1986)
Bill Westermann
201-486-2956
Linden, NJ
C.F.O.N.J., CFONJ TBBS, Computer Forum of New Jersey, Computer Forum of NJ, Forum-80, FORUM-80 Linden, NJ
(1982-1994)
Ed FeinsFORUM-80
201-492-1352
Freedom - Net II
(1985)
201-494-3417
Metuchen, NJ
Planet Shadowstar TBBS
(1988-1991)
Larry Feldman, N2HGY, N2HBN
201-494-3649
Metuchen, NJ
MFTBBS, Micro Fone, Micro-Fone TBBS, Microfone Multiline InfoServ.
(1985-1991)
John Kelley, K2SHYTBBS
201-494-7006
Metuchen, NJ
MusiPerf Alpha
(1987-1990)
Paul Medina
201-494-8209
Metuchen, NJ
The Spectrum
(1981-1989)
Mitchell AidelbaumGBBS
201-494-8666
Metuchen, NJ
Brainy Boro BBS
(1989)
201-503-0929
Videopolis , Videopolis, Outland
(1987-1994)
Mike LowSearchlight
201-506-0472
Toms River, NJ
Continental Breakfast, EchoList Coord, South NJ HUB, The Dog's Breakfast
(1987-1992)
Mike Fuchs
201-525-2703
Parlin, NJ
The Jersey Phoenix
(1989-1990)
Richard Wright
201-525-9440
Parlin, NJ
<<< The Fortress >>>, Central Jersey MicroConnec, THE FORTRESS
(1988-1990)
Fred SeibelWildcat
201-526-5988
Bridgewater, NJ
Somerville RCP/M
(1985)
Bill Woodall
201-526-6395
Bridgewater, NJ
Tranquil River BBS
(1989-1990)
Eric Millard
201-528-6467
AE Line: ZANDAR
(1985)
201-528-6623
Forum-80 BBS, FORUM-80 Monmouth, Forum-80/Cfonj
(1982-1989)
201-529-0854
Mahwah, NJ
Star Gate, Stargate, StarGate BBS
(1989-1994)
Chris Martis
201-529-4381
Mahwah, NJ
AE Line: LAIR
(1984-1985)
David Berger (aka Borcus the Terrible)
201-533-9377
Atlantis
(1985)
201-534-2858
Avenger's Mansion
(1985)
201-536-0853
Marlboro, NJ
Apple Pirate
(1985)
The Thief, Mindbender
201-536-1828
AE Line: STAMPS
(1985)
201-536-6585
DOJO
(1985)
AMIS
201-537-4207
Rat City, Rat City BBS
(1987-1994)
Gray DavisPCBoard
201-537-4958
ATS/CDS, Hampton NJ Dating Service
(1985)
201-538-2526
AT&T Infx
(1987-1989)
Peter Kay
201-538-4123
Sound Chaser
(1989)
201-539-4252
Morris Plains, NJ
STOCKCRAFT FINANCIAL
(1984)
201-539-5473
Morris Plains, NJ
NorthWest NJ HUB, Somewhere in NJ, The Whiz BANG!
(1988-1990)
John Bednarz
201-539-6139
Morris Plains, NJ
Pirates I/O ][
(1985)
201-539-8054
Morris Plains, NJ
Pirates I/O
(1985)
201-542-2793
MANX, Manx Software Systems BBS, Manx Software Systems Technical Support
(1988-1995)
201-542-5059
CompInnovation
(1986)
Howard Dean
201-542-5884
Computer Tech. Onl. Of NJ
(1989)
Wildcat
201-543-6139
Mendham, NJ
AE Line: TREKKY, Pirates I/O (3)
(1985)
201-544-8421
Shrewsbury Twp, NJ
Bmet Express
(1989)
Henry Marshall
201-546-1468
The Token Ring, Token Ring BBS
(1987-1996)
Glen Fredricks, Glen FredericksPCBoard
201-549-4237
Lumber Board DIY Home Repair, The Lumber Board
(1989-1994)
Mark Widerstrom
201-549-7591
Atari Of Edison, B.B.C.S./Jacg
(1985)
201-563-9057
JABBS(JAUG)
(1988)
201-564-7829
The Market
(1985)
Alan Sislen
201-566-6411
Aberdeen, NJ
SW-SW-SW
(1989-1990)
Steven Balavram
201-566-8754
Aberdeen, NJ
Ghostbusters
(1985)
AMIS
201-568-7293
BOSS, BOSS,clipper, Tenafly, THE BOSS, The Boss BBS, The Boss II
(1985-1996)
Mark SeidenPCBoard
201-572-0617
Colorama Of Highland Park
(1985)
201-572-2855
Chris's System, Edison's DREAMLINE
(1987-1988)
Chris Wagner
201-573-0449
Rivervale, NJ
The Crack In Time, The Crack in Time BBS (THG)
(1989-1994)
Mike Carman, Andrew LockeEmulex/2
201-577-0135
Star Chamber
(1989-1991)
Derek Faktor
201-583-7636
AE Line: DRAGON, AE Line: LUNAR, AE LINE: DRAGON, AE LINE: LUNAR
(1984-1985)
201-584-9227
Flanders, N.J., Flanders, NJ RCPM, RCP/M, RCP/M FLanders, RCP/M MCBBS Ken Stritzel
(1982-1985)
Ken Stritzel
201-593-9035
Crypt BBS, The CryptNet BBS
(1980-1997)
Steve BrockT.A.G.
201-595-5357
IBM PC Lab, IBM-PC Lab
(1985-1989)
Michael Gelman
201-595-9107
NORAD
(1985)
201-613-0638
Sayreville, NJ
The Sayreville BBS
(1989-1990)
Edward Sears
201-614-9605
Nutley, NJ
The Pepperoni BBS
(1989)
John Pepper
201-615-0214
Unknown Kadath
(1987-1990)
Dave Van CleefCit286
201-625-1797
RCP/M, RCP/M The C-Line
(1983-1985)
David Fiedler
201-625-3622
King Arthur's Kourt
(1985)
201-625-5728
Lyra Information Exchange
(1984)
Alex Sass
201-625-8929
Rockaway, NJ
AE Line: RUN, The Upside Down AE Line, Upsidedown AE Line
(1984-1986)
Dan DAmelioAscii Express
"Ascii Express Line for Software Uploads and Download, later transitioned into The Upside Down BSS ][" - Dan DAmelio
201-626-3550
Jersey City, NJ
HUB 800 Group Coord, MidEast New Jersey HUB, Newport Center BBS, Newport Centre, NewptCtr,Private
(1989-1996)
Michael Keyles, Robert BayronOpus
201-627-5151
Rockaway, NJ
Conference Tree, CONFERENCE-TREE ?, CONFERENCE-TREE Flagship
(1982-1985)
CONFERENCE-TREE
201-628-7287
Mountain View, NJ
R.E.A.C.T., REACT System 1
(1986-1993)
Peter J Keller
201-634-3980
Iselin, NJ
Jim's Place
(1989)
Jim Petro Sr.
201-634-4251
Iselin, NJ
Woodbridge Central
(1989)
201-635-0705
New Jersey TELECOM #1
(1982-1983)
201-635-5726
Fallout Shelter, The Machine BBS
(1989-1996)
Rob KnierimMajorBBS
201-645-3887
OPM FedJobs - NJ
(1987-1992)
June SummersPCBoard
201-647-2581
The Hotel
(1985)
201-652-0969
Equinox, EqUiNoX BBS, UNEX, UNEX-2
(1988-1996)
Mike NajarianPCBoard
201-652-6628
Phoenix BBS, The Phoenix
(1989-1996)
Jason WoodardPCBoard
201-653-0314
Jersey City, NJ
AmigaVyager
(1988)
201-653-3893
Jersey City, NJ
Omegammon BBS
(1985)
John Ross
201-658-5345
AT&T Dev
(1987-1989)
Barney/Carfizzi
201-659-7424
Jersey City, NJ
The Campus BBS, The Ogate
(1989-1992)
Robert Bayron
201-662-1800
Guttenberg, NJ
Starship
(1985)
201-662-8274
Guttenberg, NJ
TibetNet BBS, WayPoint BBS
(1989-1990)
Indira Singh
201-666-2013
Westwood, NJ
MacIntosh BBS
(1989-1994)
Bob Gallo
201-666-2646
Westwood, NJ
General Store, New Jersey's Gen Store
(1985-1989)
201-666-3262
Westwood, NJ
NJ PC User Group, NJPC
(1989-1994)
Neil StewartPCBoard
201-666-7696
Westwood, NJ
David's Place
(1985)
201-667-2504
Connection-80 Nutley, Nutley BBS, Nutley BBS , Nutley N.J. BBS
(1985-2002)
Cliff Amlung/Ed O'RourkePCBoard
201-667-4608
Late-Knight BBS
(1987-1988)
Trey Rosier
201-667-5800
+Instantlink Internet Access, ShadowNet
(1980-1998)
Jerry MascariUnknown , TBBS, Excalibur
201-675-2154
Dean's Information Center BBS, Deans Info Center, DeansInfoCtr
(1989-1996)
Gene DeansPCBoard
201-676-8817
East Orange, NJ
Medic Central, Unitex Communications
(1987-1994)
Dave D'OyenPCBoard
201-678-6670
Bloomfield, NJ
BBS IBM PC New York, IBM-PC
(1983-1985)
201-679-0549
O.B.T. Techie
(1987-1989)
Jim Reiss
201-679-5706
Comp-U-Match
(1986-1989)
Mitch Geier
201-684-0931
APPLEPEEL
(1988)
Red Ryder Host
201-687-7720
Cyclotron
(1986-1989)
??, Alex Kowalski
201-688-7117
Forum-80
(1985)
201-689-0492
ENTERPRISE
(1985)
Forem ST
201-692-0745
The Bat Cave
(1985)
201-694-3073
Wayne, NJ
Tumbleweeds BBS
(1989-1991)
George Fox
201-694-3348
Wayne, NJ
Sea Board ARC Home, SEAboard
(1985-1989)
Thom Henderson
201-694-7425
Wayne, NJ
Ed Gelb's Database, Ed Gelb's DBase, Pirates I/O (2)
(1985-1996)
Ed GelbRBBS-PC
201-694-8122
Wayne, NJ
SonNet Center, Sonnet Center TBBS, The Sonnet Center
(1988-1997)
Jim Sadur, Jim SonnetTBBS
201-696-0639
Wayne, NJ
Studio 64
(1985)
Mike Mooney (AKA Copernicus)C-Net
201-696-8847
Rats
(1985)
201-697-4825
Byte Bastard BBS
(1986)
Ascii Express
201-697-7001
The Byte Bastards BBS
(1986-1993)
The Master
201-697-7682
Appleload
(1985)
201-697-9633
Rats New Foundland
(1985)
201-697-9656
PC 6300 WHSE
(1988)
Wildcat
201-722-8297
Bridgewater, NJ
RCP/M
(1985)
201-725-5028
Coco Info Exchange
(1985)
201-727-1914
South Amboy, NJ
hologram inc, Hologram Inc., The Hologram Inc
(1989-1994)
Dean Lodzinski
201-729-0097
Sparta, NJ
GSN West Hub, Zardan BBS
(1989-1994)
Dan VannieuwlandQuickBBS
201-729-2602
Sparta, NJ
Chuck's Attempt, Chuck's Attempt 1, Chuck'sAttempt
(1989-1995)
Chuck AmmannPCBoard
201-729-2606
Sparta, NJ
Chuck's Atmpt, Chuck's Attempt (Node 2), Chuck's Attempt 2
(1987-1995)
Chuck AmmannPCBoard
201-729-5377
Sparta, NJ
Assembler80, Sparta PC Board (2)
(1986-1989)
Terry Driggers
201-729-7056
Sparta, NJ
Sparta PC Board (1)
(1985-1989)
Rich Driggers
201-729-7410
Sparta, NJ
Software Soc'ty, SoftwareSoc'ty
(1986-1990)
Paul KopitPCBoard
201-729-9818
Sparta, NJ
The Woman's Touch
(1987-1994)
Repasch & Griff, Repasch/GriffPCBoard
201-735-4571
AE Line: MILLER, AE LINE: MILLER
(1984-1985)
201-736-1859
Family Radio Forum, Family Radio Fourm
(1987-1995)
Art ThompsonUnknown
201-743-2314
Bloomfield, NJ
The Gamer's Exchange
(1989-1994)
Mark J. AstaritaWildcat
"Wow, was it really that long ago. The years are right, actually I am not sure about the telephone number, but that is the one you have. I am an attorney, and started the BBS, for video game information in either 1988 or 1989. What a great time I had, figuring out the software and everything else that was required to run a multiline Wildcat board in the late 80s. I was an Echo coordinator in Fidonet - gee what was my address, I think, nah, I looked it up - my last address was 2605:156, here is the listing from 1992 - ,156,The_Gamers'_Exchange,Glen_Ridge_NJ,Mark_Astarita,1-201-509-7851,9600,CM,XX,HST,V32 I was around before that, this is my listing which started in 1991, I had the 743 number before that, but can't seem to find the details. Heck, its over 10 years ago. Anyway, I was in fidonet when the big split occurred in 107. Man, how important did we think that stuff was at the time. I helped start Globalnet in the 90s, and finally shut down the board in 1994 when I started a web site. Today that web site is SECLaw.com, one of the most active legal specific sites in the world. It was all about timing, too bad I didn't register business.com when I registered vgis.com in 1989! Good luck with your project!" - Mark Astarita
201-743-2570
North Jersey, North Jersey PCUG
(1987-1989)
Steve Wellman
201-747-6768
PMS - Shrewsbury, PMS Shrewsbury
(1982-1985)
201-747-6788
PMS
(1985)
201-747-7301
Paul Bogdanovich's RBBS,, RCP/M RBBS Paul Bogdanovich
(1982-1985)
Paul BogdanovichRBBS
201-748-8643
The Playroom BBS
(1989-1996)
Drew LorentPCBoard
201-752-2820
Soup Kitchen
(1988)
201-753-9758
ACGNJ BBS #2
(1983-1990)
Kevin TillbrookRBBS
"I used to run an RBBS system for the Amateur Computer Group of NJ (ACGNJ) for a number of years. It was run on a Zenith PC w/20 meg HD and later using DesqView for multi-tasking (which was way too slow on that hardware). I had a BBS running before that, but this is what I am noted for." - Kevin Tillbrook
201-754-0001
Khan Trixx
(1985)
201-754-0998
Datacomm
(1985)
201-757-1491
Holly Park PBBS, Holly Park RCP/M cb
(1985-1991)
Dick Roberts
201-762-0075
AE Line: DEVIL, Hell, AE LINE: DEVIL
(1984-1985)
201-762-4360
Atlantic Gateway BBS, MPA-FNSS, MutualFund
(1987-1995)
Mike AmatoLoganBBS
201-764-2507
Vernon, NJ
Hidden Valley RCP/M
(1985)
Tim O'Loughlin
201-765-0350
Florham Park, NJ
Old Dirt Road
(1984-1991)
Black Belt Hamster/ Jim AndersonIvory Joe BBS derivatives
"This started as a message board but quickly evolved into an xchange. Averaged 0-2 days warez but also had very active message board- and lots of war boards. Ran on a c64 with 300-1200 baud, eventually went to 2400 on an SX-64 and ended on conversion to Amiga and lingering interest on continuing with the c64." - Jim Anderson (Blackbelt Hamster)
201-766-9643
Sherlock's Home, AE LINE: SHERLO
(1984-1985)
201-767-0398
Hacker's Guillotine
(1985)
201-767-7865
Operation Anarchy
(1987)
Forum
201-769-6830
Fleet Street RBBS
(1988-1989)
Fleet Senseman
201-772-2819
Clifton, NJ
Arco Info Board, Arco Real Estate Link, Arco's Real Estate TBBS, NorthEast NJ HUB, SACC HQ
(1986-1990)
Alfred Arango
201-773-5426
Lodi, NJ
SEAdog HELP, Starship Enterprise
(1988-1995)
Charlie Lekowski, Chas LekowskiUnknown , PCBoard
201-773-8265
Lodi, NJ
Meadowland's Coco-Net
(1985)
201-774-3953
Neptune, NJ
Jersey Shore I.D.B.S.
(1989-1990)
Jim McCoy
201-775-8705
RCP/M, RCP/M RBBS Ocean
(1982-1985)
201-777-0578
Mnet-212
(1985)
201-778-7524
Lodi, NJ
Direct-Connect-RBBS
(1989)
Ed Niedermaier
201-779-7224
Connection-80 Clifton
(1985)
201-782-0780
Flemington, NJ
Gym
(1985)
201-782-7640
Flemington, NJ
Spider's Web
(1986-1990)
Rich Karas
201-783-1311
AE Line: WIZARD, AE LINE: WIZARD
(1984-1985)
201-783-3298
Hacker Central
(1987-1989)
Michael Cocke
201-783-6976
IBM-PC
(1985)
201-783-7270
Troll Hole
(1985)
201-783-7458
The Shelter
(1986-1990)
Edward Cooper
201-783-9232
The Trol Hole
(1985)
201-785-1990
West Paterson, NJ
The Final Level
(1988-1994)
High VoltageDigi-Net (GBBS Clone)
"This was my bbs which supported Apple //gs, then had a short span of time on the Amiga, and finaly died off in 94. I had the phone number up until 1996, when I moved. Nuff Said.." - High Voltage
201-785-3565
Rats
(1985)
201-793-0996
AtlantiST
(1989)
201-795-0733
Hoboken, NJ
UNITEX
(1988-1990)
James Waldron
201-797-5562
The Exchange Board
(1989-1994)
Bill SchumanPCBoard
201-797-8957
Pegasus Project
(1987-1994)
Chris Michaels
201-798-0065
Hoboken, NJ
Computer Connections
(1988-1997)
Ed MeckaTBBS, PCBoard
201-798-1979
Hoboken, NJ
Amiga Annex
(1988)
201-807-0064
Ridgefield Park, NJ
Kitty Kat
(1989)
Charles Roberts
201-807-0087
Ridgefield Park, NJ
The Key North BBS
(1989-1990)
Robert Locke
201-808-9000
Graveyard
(1989)
201-812-8479
Quiddity
(1980-1997)
Gerry Busardo
201-818-1523
Merlin's Realm
(1989)
201-822-0527
The Iron Castle
(1987-1989)
Iron KnightC-Net
"A member of "The BBS Triumverate", this Commodore 64 (later C128) based system featured good discussion and story boards, and some public domain Commodore 64/128 file transfers. A typical assortment of doors were available." - Brian Bernstein
201-822-3658
Der Strand BBS, Net2605 EchoMail Coordinator, The Strand
(1985-1999)
Gerhard BartschRemoteAccess , QuickBBS
201-822-8325
Madison, NJ
The Wolfpack, Wolfpack
(1985)
Gerhard BartschFidoNet
"This was the inital incarnation of my BBS and was run on my new IBM-PC with dual 360k floppy drives, which replaced the old TRS-80 Mod I. Der Strand superceeded The Wolfpack, but was based out of Washington DC for a short while when I was in the USAF. Eventually it ran on an IBM clone with a i486 processor and a 1 or 2GB drive, and the wonderous US Robotics 9600HST modem!" - Gerhard Bartsch
201-823-8841
Deaf Contact
(1989)
201-824-7644
Connection-80
(1985)
201-825-7206
Mahwah , NJ
The Operating Room
(1989-1991)
The DoctorSearchlight
"Ran this BBS for about 2 years until I moved to Illinois to go to medical school. Had a great little community feel to it." - The Doctor
201-825-8624
Kratos Users BBS
(1988)
Wildcat
201-827-5277
Vernon, NJ
Room 333 DBBS
(1989)
201-827-6441
Vernon, NJ
The Vernon BBS
(1989-1994)
Bill JohnsonPCBoard
201-828-7574
AE Line: HELLO
(1985)
201-835-2690
Mutiny Board
(1985)
201-835-7228
ABBS CCNJ, ABBS Pompten Plains
(1982-1985)
201-835-7288
ABBS Dunnellen
(1985)
201-835-7499
CNNJ
(1985)
201-835-7802
Gallery AE
(1985)
201-835-9316
Pompton Plains, NJ
Metal Madness BBS
(1986-1988)
Chris MekelburgCommodore CNET
"This was a BBS I ran while in High School. Based around Heavy Metal Music. I called myself Slayer. Good Times were had. Thanks!" - Chris Mekelburg
201-836-0438
ZivaNet
(1989)
201-838-5138
Heart of Gold
(1986)
Ascii Express
201-839-0046
Ringwood, NJ
Houses Of The Holy
(1988-1989)
John Paul Jones and Big MacC-Net
201-839-6204
The Land of SeaReach
(1984-1986)
Lord Sir OlmorC-Net 11.0
201-839-7802
Galley I P/W = Bogus
(1985)
201-842-0173
AE Line: AUSSIE
(1985)
201-843-4563
ABBS Saddlebrook
(1982)
201-846-3118
Somerset, NJ
GNU's Board
(1988)
Gary Griggs
201-846-6645
Somerset, NJ
GemNet
(1987-1989)
Bruce Kamm
201-846-7981
Somerset, NJ
Central New Jersey HUB, Somerset Central BBS
(1989-1990)
Frank Petillo
201-848-9210
AE Line: YAKUZA, AE LINE: YAKUZA
(1984-1985)
201-852-0831
AE Line: FIRE
(1985)
201-858-2742
Digital Tech
(1985)
Dennis Cutburth
201-859-0861
Judea
(1985)
201-864-5345
ABBS Apple-Mate, ABBS Union City, Apple Trek, APPLE-MATE, Apple-Mate Networks
(1982-1985)
201-864-5404
Seacaucus Exchange, Secaucas Exchange, Secaucus Xchg
(1989-1994)
Juan ValidoPCBoard
201-864-7425
Applemate
(1985)
201-864-7430
Ae-Line Union City
(1985)
201-865-3853
SMDM
(1989)
201-866-8074
Electronic Sensatns, Metro Nochange 70M
(1987-1991)
Paul J Kurland, Paul J. Kurland
201-867-5031
Da Cave AE
(1986)
Ascii Express
201-869-8385
North Bergen, NJ
Central Control!
(1986-1989)
Deeply ShroudedDiversi-Dial/D-Dial
"CC was one of the first multi-line systems I ran. The phone company sent a representative over to my house to find out why in God's green earth I needed 7 telephone lines in addition to the 2 the house already had. I was told I took up the wiring for the entire block. The lines are still there, but the hardware is long gone. I can still remember the day my system went up, and how fun it was to link around the country to other ddials. I also recall the day my system went offline. 30 seconds before I pulled the switch, the girl I loved logged in. The lines were disconnected the next day. I've made one or two very good friends from my ddial days and many many people who didn't like me or my system at all. I miss running the system. Perhaps I may put it back online one day when I'm much older and greyer." - Deeply Shrouded
201-879-4392
Chester, NJ
Apple Oasis, BMBBS Apple Oasis
(1984-1985)
BMBBS
201-879-6668
AE Line: KILL, The Metal AE
(1985-1990)
Ascii Express, Emulex/II
201-885-7404
Crestwood, Dumps R Us, NJ/PA HUB
(1986)
Gee Wong, Bob Clair
201-886-7218
Video Connection
(1987)
David Mandala
201-886-8041
Cliffside Park BBS, CliffsidePark, dBBS3 ACGNJ PCBlue Amiga, Steve Leon's, The Cliffside Park
(1987-1995)
Steve LeonPCBoard , dBBS
201-886-8169
dBBS, dBBS Node 2 660 megs
(1989-1992)
Steve Leon
201-887-8529
Heaven's Gate
(1989)
201-887-8874
Rats Systems, RATS Systems #1
(1982-1985)
201-895-4452
The Lounge
(1988)
Wildcat
201-896-1328
Carlstadt, NJ
Starship II BBS
(1989-1991)
Philip J Buonom
201-896-8718
Carlstadt, NJ
Meadowlands HUB, NorthEast NJ HUB, The Flight Deck, The Flight-Deck
(1989-1994)
Jon Grossberg
201-904-0803
New Milford, NJ
Strange Brew BBS
(1989)
Dave Miller
201-905-5046
Christian, Christian BBS
(1989-1990)
B & D Carl
201-906-0159
Edison, NJ
Free NCC 1701-A, NCC 1701-A Network
(1988-1991)
Steve Spear
201-916-1725
The Lightening Bolt, The Lightning Bolt BBS
(1987-1996)
Fred WehnerPCBoard
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201-918-0683
KA2QHD Packet/UNIX BB
(1988-1991)
201-918-5310
SEADog/FIDO (Hrs 1630-0830)
(1989-1991)
Michael Fuchsok
201-923-9792
Newark, NJ
RisQue II, The Dormitory BBS
(1986-1988)
Chuck Dortson
201-925-5930
Exxon Atari Club/Bace
(1985)
201-927-5106
Succasunna, NJ
The Odyssey
(1989-1996)
Tom McDermetPCBoard
201-929-8161
Dragon's Lair
(1987-1989)
201-932-1416
Piscataway, NJ
The Professor's Cubicle
(1989)
Jim Martin
201-932-3879
Piscataway, NJ
RCP/M, RCP/M RBBS Rutgers, Rutgers RBBS
(1982-1985)
Eliot Lear
201-932-3887
Piscataway, NJ
PMS - Rutgers Univ. Microlab, PMS/Rutgers Univ. Microlab, Rutgers Univ Microlab, Rutgers University
(1982-1988)
Michael Keyles, David KeylesPMS
201-932-4066
Piscataway, NJ
Experimental SUPER NODE, Rutgers1
(1987-1988)
Michael Keyles, Auto Pilot
201-934-0861
Mahwah, NJ
Dutchie Help, DutchieHelp, GSN NEast Hub, Harry's Place, NorthEast Echomail, NorthWest Echomail
(1989-2003)
Alan BoritzWaffle, Maximus
201-935-1485
Lyndhurst, NJ
HUB 500 EchoMail Coord, Star BBS Network, Starship 2, Starship II, Starship II , Starship ][ BBS, The Galileo 7, The Starship ][ BBS
(1980-1997)
Peter Buonomo, Philip J Buonom, Phil Buonomo, Philip J Buonomo, Rutherford, New Jersey since 07/80TBBS
From the September 1994 issue of Boardwatch: Rutherford, New Jersey since 07/80. Sysop: Philip J Buonomo. Using TBBS 2.3 with 32 lines on MS-DOS 80486 with 10000 MB storage. All v.32bis Supportd at 19200 bps. $$0-75 No fee req fee. Operating for 14+ years, Starship is one of the longest running, most successful bbs systems EVER! FREE public access, Adult & non-adult topics, chat, files, games, & data-bases. USR, Hayes, Telebit, v.32bis 19.2 kbaud modems online, full internet access!
201-935-6971
NorthEast, NJ
PC Palace, PC-Palace
(1988-1994)
Terry Steckowich
201-939-2695
Rutherford, NJ
Eagles Nest BBS, The Eagle's Nest, The Eagles Nest
(1987-1995)
Paul CaputoOpus
201-939-2911
Rutherford, NJ
The Falcon's Lair
(1988-1995)
Tom WillmsVirtual
201-939-4619
Rutherford, NJ
MetroLink Editor, Net 107 MetroLink Editor, The Flower Pot
(1989-1991)
James Flowers
201-939-5160
Wallington , NJ
Sector 64 BBS
(1982-1985)
RedlineCNet
"Commodore 64 running CNet software. Has 2 never seen before or since Commodore 1 GIG drives (still have them). Started at 300 baud, went to 2400." - Redline
201-939-6876
Rutherford, NJ
The Flower Pot
(1989)
Jim Flowers
201-942-4597
Liaizon
(1989-1994)
Tim Sheets
201-943-2226
The Cork Board
(1986-1988)
Steven Linhart, Steve Linhart
201-943-5419
The Data Base, The Data-Base
(1987-1994)
Micheal Walter, Michael WalterPCBoard
201-943-7759
N2DSY CBBS?
(1988)
N2DSY
201-946-7265
AE Line: CM85
(1985)
201-948-2496
Hainesville, NJ
Pocono Net, The Demon Pit
(1989-1990)
Ed Crissey
201-948-3559
Hainesville, NJ
HUB 800 EchoMail Coord, Poison Petes
(1989-1990)
Mike Brandt
201-956-7703
Paterson, NJ
Greg's Psychedelic Breakfast, Meadowlands Echomail, Net 2604 NEC/OGATE, Operation Anarchy, Operation ANARCHY!, Penguin Feathers BBS, W.Y.S.I.W.Y.G. BBS
(1989-1995)
Greg PopovichRemoteAccess
201-962-4956
Narwid BBS
(1985)
201-962-6602
MID NIGHT EX
(1985)
AMIS
201-962-9067
Ringwood, NJ
Bluebeard's Blackboard
(1985-1997)
Tom Beard, BluebeardTAG Version 2.6g
"This system was started in NJ as a C-Net system, but changed to a TAG system before moving to Michigan, then to New York State where I closed it. Up 12 years in all. You have my name listed as "Tom Beard", but my name is "Thom Kirby". Thanks for the entry!" - Thom Kirby (Bluebeard)
201-963-3115
Police Station
(1985-1988)
Ronald Clark
201-964-3884
Union, NJ
The Cobra's Lair, Wildcat Support
(1989-1994)
James StolzWildcat
201-966-6130
Asgard
(1985)
201-967-1138
AE Line: WHO, AE LINE: WHO
(1984-1985)
201-967-9287
Pirate's Den
(1985)
201-968-1074
ABBS Apple Group N.J., Piscataway
(1982-1985)
201-969-3544
Carteret, NJ
ACG-NJ Newsletter
(1987-1990)
Fred Gohlke
201-972-0460
Morganville, NJ
IFNA Archive, Network XXIII
(1988-1990)
Craig Margolies
201-972-2343
Morganville, NJ
Elysium I
(1988)
Divine Wind
201-972-9322
Morganville, NJ
Panhandler TI-Net
(1987-1989)
Matt Storm
201-974-1196
FORUM-80 Monmouth
(1983-1985)
201-974-8317
AT&T Information Systems BBS, Right Choice BBS, The Right Choice
(1987-1994)
Mark JackwiczPCBoard
201-974-9819
Hi-Tek Trader
(1988)
Wildcat
201-984-5555
Northeast, NJ
Atrium Way RBBS-PC, Bob's Computer, GSN East Hub, Morris County and Beyond, Morris County and South, Morris County and the World, Morris County EAST, Morris County Hub, Morris County West, North Pole BBS, SouthWest Hub, West Morris County Plus
(1988-2001)
Bob Moravsik, Santa Claus, B MoravsikRBBS-PC
201-984-6574
Northeast, NJ
Odyssey
(1989)
Tom McDermetPCBoard
201-988-0706
Bradley Beach, NJ
Castle Tabby, Mouse's Cottage, Oceanview, South NJ HUB, THE MOUSE'S ELECTRONIC COTTAGE
(1987-1991)
Michael Connick
201-988-9489
Bradley Beach, NJ
The Magic Bag
(1987-1989)
GBBS Pro
201-989-0545
Golden Apple BBS, TFF, The Final Frontier
(1987-1993)
Daniel M. Zimmerman, Jonathan GlassGBBS, EBBS
201-989-3737
The Witch
(1988)
Wildcat
201-992-0834
Livingston, NJ
Dragon's Weyr, Dragon's Weyr BBS, Dragon'sWeyr, Dragron's Weyr, The Dragon's Weyr
(1984-1993)
Ron Stanions, Sauron, Dragon MasterDragonSoft, DragonSoft / C-Net
"The Dragon's Weyr was a system that ran out of Livingston, NJ on IBM PC hardware. DragonSoft was custom software written by the Sysop, and featured a custom scripting language called AutoScript. The theme of the site was based on Dragon mythology and computers." - Brian J. Bernstein

"Yes, Ron's BBS was originally on a Zeus-4 and then various Commodore machines (mostly Amigas). I think he might have had the Unix clone (Xenix if I remember right) on a PC for a while. It also used C-Net software for a good portion of the time it was up. Ron's own code was mostly just on the Zeus and then (extensive) expansions on C-Net." - Conrad Dunkerson, in a message to Gerhard Bartsch (Der Strand BBS). Both good friends of Ron's..."


"I am the original Sysop of The Dragon's Weyr BBS, as well as the author of DragonSoft BBS upon which it ran. The software was originally written for a 4-user CP/M-MP/M machine and migrated its way up into the world of IBM-PC's (running multi-user under DesqView) before I released the source code to Neil Clark of 2AM-BBS fame for him to use however he saw fit.

The BBS in all its phases always ran at least two phone lines plus usually had at least two additional terminals in-house for locals and visitors to connect all at the same time."

- Sauron

201-992-2475
Livinston, NJ,
Atlantis
(1983-1986)
David BrettFoRum modfied by Sysop
"Used Ascii Graphics and pioneered into one of the first BBS's with real color graphics in 1985" - David Brett
201-992-2565
Livingston Networks
(1985)
201-992-3174
Fort Byte
(1985)
201-992-3771
AE Line: CHRIS, AE LINE: CHRIS
(1984-1985)
201-992-4847
Connection-80
(1985)
201-992-5660
Christopher Street (Gay), Communique - 80
(1985-1994)
201-992-9891
DragonsWeyr2
(1988)
201-992-9893
Livingston, NJ
BMBBS The Hospital, General Hospital, The Hospital
(1984-1989)
Byte MasterBMBBS
"The Hospital was the home base for BMBBS software. Based out of Livingston, NJ, this was an IBM PC based system (originally Apple ][)." - Brian Bernstein
201-994-0988
Livingston, NJ
BMBBS The Garage
(1984-1985)
David BittonBMBBS
201-994-3844
Apple Grove
(1985)
201-994-4620
Apple Grove, Apple Trek Iv, Pirate Trek IV
(1985)
201-994-4694
Alcatraz
(1985)
201-994-5159
MegaCorp
(1989)
201-994-5195
The Boardroom
(1985-1988)
DragonSoft
201-994-9620
Livingston, NJ
ABBS Livingston, BARN, NET-WORKS Livingston, THE BARN (WEEKENDS)
(1982-1985)
NET-WORKS
201-997-2663
Kearny, NJ
The MouseHole BBS
(1989-1996)
Steve LignowskiVirtualBBS
263 Sysops currently listed.
453 BBSes Listed.