Railroad Depots

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Railroad Depots

Post: # 16836Post sharan
Thu Aug 29, 2013 12:40 pm

Does anyone know of any old railroad depots still standing in Vermont? We have ridden the Green Mountain Flyer from Bellows Falls and seen a depot in Randolph. I might can find some by googling but you guys are way better than Google!

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Re: Railroad Depots

Post: # 16837Post From_the_NEK
Thu Aug 29, 2013 1:12 pm

Several of the towns along the rail corridor between White River and Burlington have them. Most have been repurposed.
Waterbury, Montpelier, Randolph.

In the NEK. St Johnsbury's Welcome Center was once a large railroad station. Lyndonville has an old freight house (now a restaurant and ice cream stand named "The Freight House"). The Lyndon passenger depot burned down long ago. Island Pond has a brick depot.

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