Fort Edward Train Station

The beautiful Fort Edward Train Station was built in 1900 as a depot for the Delaware and Hudson Railroad. There were two previous stations on this site, the first having been built in 1840, and the second in 1880. The Station is notable for its beautiful slate room, and the cathedral ceiling inside. On the roof is a "cooling tower" intended to allow hot air out and draw cool air into the lower area, the typical method of "air conditioning" in those days.

Daily passenger service is provided by Amtrak's Ethan Allen Express and Adirondack trains. Freight trains operated by the Canadian Pacific Railroad pass thru frequently.

The Station was listed in The National Register of Historic Places in December 2000

The Train Station is beautifully restored, and now houses The Station Deli which offers take-out sandwiches and table service.