Union Station (Burlington, Vermont)
Union Station, located at 1 Main Street in Burlington, Vermont was built in 1916 of buff brick, granote and limestone in the Classical Revival style. The building was put up by the Central Vermont Railway and the Rutland Railroad at the cost of between $150 - $200,000, including $15,000 from the City Of Burlington, and was designed by New York architect Alfred Fellheimer with Charles Schultz as supervising architect. The W. Shelton Swallow Company of New York was the general contractor.
Between December 2000 and February 2003 the station was a terminus of the commuter rail route Champlain Flyer. The station no longer has commuter rail passenger service, however it does provide tourist rail service for the "Champlain Valley Flyer" branch of the Green Mountain Scenic Railroad.
The nearest Amtrak station is Essex Junction.
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