Cornwall Bridge StationCurrently Open
- Tags: Family And Kids, Station, Landmarks, Historic And Protected Sites
Built between 1865 and 1875, the Cornwall Bridge Railroad Station is a stick style wood frame structure and was listed in the National register of historic places in 1972. One of the first railroads of the northeast, the Cornwall bridge station has changed ownership several times and is also mentioned in James Thurber’s famous essay collection named ‘The Thurber Carnival’. Visit this historic station if fascinating architecture and history seem exciting to you.