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Piermont Train Station and the Erie Path

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A quaint train station go there to walk or run the rail trail. The views on the trail are amazing... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
New Jersey
Wonderful Guided Tour

The best part of visiting the historic Piermont Train Station was being regaled with fascinating... read more

Reviewed March 10, 2018
Maria M
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1 week ago
Mar 10, 2018
“Wonderful Guided Tour”
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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50 Ash St, Piermont, NY 10968-1045
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A quaint train station go there to walk or run the rail trail. The views on the trail are amazing . I surely would not make a special trip just to go see the station it is beautifully renovated but go for the trail

Thank Secretaret1
Reviewed March 10, 2018

The best part of visiting the historic Piermont Train Station was being regaled with fascinating stories about the significance of the place by a Tour Guide who took us back in time and mesmerized us with her story-telling. Walking around the tiny station was interesting...More

3  Thank Maria M
Reviewed July 23, 2017 via mobile

There is no charge but then there's not much to see. We got involved in an escorted guide. The guy told us more about the village than the railway. Should I go again I would rather meander round and read the info on the walls.....More

Thank RepUSA
Reviewed February 20, 2017 via mobile

Train Station was closed for renovation but Erie Path was lovely. Although some muddy spots, nice leveled little place to walk with no hills. Dog friendly so be careful where you step not everyone picks up after their dog. Such a shame!

Thank Dee B
Reviewed February 14, 2017

The Train Station is magical - it's like a journey back in time. Many of the pieces in the station are from a bygone era that not only educates but gives us an appreciation of what it was like "back in the day".

1  Thank harrymartin9
Reviewed May 24, 2016

Great trek, never a problem other than the weather and an occasional rude biker or jogger. The trail, which is not paved, could be better kep, especially at the Sparkill/Piermont segment. A couple of benches along the way might be welcomed by elderly travalers. The...More

Thank Marcmaturo
Reviewed February 17, 2016 via mobile

This small two-story train station is beautifully preserved and from time to time local people give lectures on personalities and events of the past. The town surrounding the station is filled with interesting houses, well worth stopping for a few moments whether on the trail...More

2  Thank robcurtross
Reviewed November 25, 2015

The Piermont Train Station is truly a magical place. Nested high above the town in the woods and weeds (google spelled) it offers a glimpse of life as it was over a 100 years ago. The lovingly maintained two story (minuscule) building actually hosted a...More

2  Thank avola9
Reviewed October 25, 2015

We were coming to Piedmont for dinner and saw the train station as we were coming down the hill. We pull over to walk over and see this incredible blast from the past. It's a well preserved building and with a visit if your coming...More

1  Thank Sockster
Reviewed September 10, 2015

I took 'before' photographs for the Library of Congress historical bldgs. survey. What a mess ! And a crew of us scrubbed storm windows so filthy one could not see through them. Piermont neighbours did heavy work clearing the hillside, and eventually, after much physical...More

1  Thank savagesally
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