Abandoned Train Station

Join me as I offer a walkaround of this interesting and abandoned train station. That bumped out building portion with windows was very likely used to sell tickets. Note the burnt parts on half the building! I am inclined to believe I was in Dorset, Vermont and this may have been the train station calledContinue reading “Abandoned Train Station”

Bristol Coach House

“BRISTOL – About 1800, Bristol town resident Abraham Gaige built a private residence on West Street in the area where the Merchants Bank is located today, which he opened to travelers and called it “Public House.” It burned in 1817. By 1820 Gaige built a new “Public House” at the corner of Main and NorthContinue reading “Bristol Coach House”

Union Stain: A Beaux Arts Building

Today’s video is about the Union Station in Burlington, Vermont. Its name comes from the fact that the Rutland Railroad and the Central Vermont Railroad joined forces and paid to have this station built. The city of Burlington also put money towards it. “The Union Station building is located at 1 Main Street in Burlington,Continue reading “Union Stain: A Beaux Arts Building”

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